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bestselling author Dana Stabenow's latest finds Kate Shugak entangled in a bitter tribal rivalry and murder One hundred years of bad blood between the Alaskan villages of Kushtaka and Kuskulana come to a boil when the body of a young Kushtaka ne'er-­do-­well is found wedged in a fish wheel. Sergeant Jim Chopin's prime suspect is a Kuskulana man who is already in trouble in both villages for falling in love across the river. But when the suspect disappears, members of both tribes refuse to speak to Jim. When a second murder that looks suspiciously like payback occurs, Jim has no choice but to call in Kate Shugak for help. This time, though, her Park relationships may not be enough to sort out the truth hidden in the tales of tragedy and revenge.

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In this terrific story from New York Times bestselling author Dana Stabenow, PI Kate Shugak is pulled into the mean streets of the Anchorage underworld to find Alyeska University president Victor Boatright's missing son Carl. For fans who can't wait for the next Kate Shugak novel and new readers alike, this story provides the perfect dose of Stabenow's trademark colorful characters and complex plotting.

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Two crewmen of the crab vessel Avilda are missing—presumed dead—under very suspicious circumstances. The Bering Sea offers ample means and opportunity, but without bodies, a motive, or evidence of foul play, the DA doesn’t have a case. And so, freelance investigator Kate Shugak finds herself working undercover in one of Alaska’s most dangerous professions: crab fisherman. The assignment will take her from the debauchery of Dutch Harbor to the most isolated of the Aleutians, and if the job itself doesn’t kill her, her crewmates just might. Third in Stabenow’s Edgar Award-­winning series of Alaskan mysteries, is richly informed by the author’s own upbringing aboard an Alaskan fishing vessel.

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Series : Book 2 of "Kate Shugak"
 On the first day of spring, a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of massacre when he takes a .­30-­06 and kills nine of his neighbors in a national park in Alaska. Or did he kill only eight? And if so, who killed the ninth victim—and why? Alaska Aleut Kate Shugak investigates. The second in the Kate Shugak series, available for the first time in hardcover from Poisoned Pen Press.

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The brothers Grosdidier are the farthest thing from gentle souls, but as EMTs, they're the closest thing The Park has to doctors. Living together in the state of chaotic disarray that is the bachelor's birthright, they little suspect the fate that others are preparing for them.

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"The bodies had fallen around the table like three cards from a spent deck. Jeremy Mike, the jack of spades. Sally Jorgenson, queen of hearts. Ted Muktoyuk, the king of diamonds.­"

A person has to be pretty drunk to play Russian roulette. And usually a person has to work pretty hard to get drunk in a dry Native village. Most of the words Kate has for "bootlegger" are unprintable.

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When winter’s done, but spring has not yet fully-­sprung, much of Alaska turns to slush. Locally, it’s called “breakup,­” and it’s a… messy time of year. It’s certainly messy for Kate Shugak; between doing her taxes, being chased by grizzlies and getting shot-­at by feuding families, she has to cope with an NTSB investigation that hits very close to home. Then, of course, there’s the body in the woods. And up at the old mining town. And… being Kate Shugak, somehow she can’t leave well enough alone, and begins to tease-­apart a well-­planned and surprising crime. is the seventh novel in Stabenow’s Edgar Award-­winning Kate Shugak series, and is often-­cited as a fan-­favorite.

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Paul Kameroff was found at the bottom of an icy hill, hands and ankles neatly bound, with a bullet hole in the back of his head. They don't think it was suicide.

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