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In a tense battle between conservationists and developers of Alaskas pristine wilderness, P.­I. Kate Shugak finds herself in a murderous environmentSet in Alaska, Edgar Award-­winner Dana Stabenows novels combine a lush and evocative portrait of life in the frozen north with taut suspense and top-­notch characters, especially the dynamic Aleutian p.­i. Kate Shugak. A perennial bestseller regionally, Stabenows national profile is on the rise, and with A Fine and Bitter Snow, she delivers the novel that can catapult her into the forefront of crime fiction today.­In this latest installment, the possibility of drilling for oil in a wildlife preserve near Kates home has battle lines drawn,­even in Kates small community. Things heat up when a ranger at the preserve loses his job for political reasons, but when a passionate conservation spokesperson is found poisoned, the war begins in earnest. I9 a gripping story both entertaining and tensenot to mention timelyDana Stabenow brings to life . . .

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It’s December in the Park, and a ranger is missing. It’s no great loss to the rest of the Park rats, they figure he’s stumbled into a snowbank and will re-­emerge come breakup, just in time for the ground to thaw and them to bury him. But when the man sent to look for him also disappears, Kate Shugak, ex-­investigator for the Anchorage D.­A. and Park homesteader, is sent in search of them both. First in the Kate Shugak series.

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In Dana Stabenow's latest novel, a woman hires Aleutian P.­I. Kate Shugak to clear her mother's name. Twenty years ago, the mother was convicted of arson and murder, of setting fire to the family home while her two sons were inside. One died, and one was maimed. Her daughter has always believed in her innocence, though the mother herself had accepted the verdict and the life sentence without protest. Now the mother is terminally ill, and her daughter wants her free. But as Kate begins the investigation, it seems the mother isn't the only one who wants to leave the past in the past.­In this spell-­binding crime novel, Kate must confront twenty years of secrets and regret--­and murder--­in one of Alaska's most powerful families.

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Everyone knew Len Dreyer, a handyman for hire in the Park near Niniltna, Alaska, but no one knew anything else about him. Even Kate Shugak hired him to thin the trees on her 160-­acre homestead and was planning to ask him to help build a small second cabin on her property for Johnny Morgan, a teenaged boy in her care. But she, the Park's unofficial p.­i., seems to have known less about him than anyone. Alaska is a place where anybody can bury his history and start fresh, and for any reason, but this particular mystery comes to light when Len Dreyer turns up murdered. His body is discovered, frozen solid, in the path of a receding glacier with the hole from a shotgun blast in his chest. No one even knew he was missing, but it turns out he's been missing for months. Alaska State Trooper Jim Chopin asks Kate to help him dig into Dreyer's background, in the hope of finding some reason for his murder. She takes the case, mindful of the need for gainful employment as she copes with her . . .

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The Edgar Award-­winning author of A Cold Day for Murder continues her success with a new mystery featuring Alaskan P.­I. Kate Shugak. Kate goes undercover to get to the bottom of illicit drug trading on the Trans-­Alaska pipeline and winds up in a murderous race against time and the elements.

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