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A Cold Day for Murder by Dana Stabenow

posted Apr 18, 2016, 5:31 AM by lf lf

Audrey enjoyed this book, which can be found on the shelves, or reserved at, Low Fell Library.

Kate Shugak is a native Aleut working as a private investigator in Alaska. She's five feet and one inch tall, carries a scar that runs from ear to ear across her throat and owns a half-wolf, half-husky dog named Mutt.

Resourceful, strong-willed, defiant, Kate is tougher than your average heroine; she needs to be to survive the worst that the Alaskan wilds can throw at her.

Somewhere in twenty million acres of forest and glaciers, a ranger, Mark Miller, has disappeared. Missing six weeks, it is assumed by the Alaskan Parks Department that Miller has been caught in a snowstorm and frozen to death, the typical fate of those who get lost in this vast and desolate terrain.

But as a favour to his congressman father, the FBI send in an investigator, Ken Dahl. Last heard from two weeks and two days ago. Now it's time to send in a professional. Kate Shugak; light brown eyes, black hair, five feet tall with an angry scar from ear to ear. Last seen yesterday... 

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