A Grave Denied
A Grave Denied
St. Martin's, Sept 2003, 24.95, 304 pp.
As he lay dying in his lover's arms, Jack Morgan made Kate Shugak promise to look after his son Johnny and to protect him from his mother. Since he wants to homestead with her in Alaska's National Park, Kate takes Johnny into her home and the residents of the park conspire with her to keep him hidden from his mother and outside authorities. Unfortunately nobody can protect Jo... A Fine and Bitter Snow
St. Martin's, June 2002, 24.95, 244 pp.
Now that the Republicans are back in the White House, there is an intense interest in exploring the Alaskan wilderness for oil reserves. The natives of the state are torn between the need for new jobs and preserving the beauty of their untamed land. Chief park ranger Dan O'Brien is on the record for wanting to preserve the environment and as a result was asked by his superiors to take... A Taint in the Blood
St. Martin's, Sep 2004, 24.95, 305 pp.
Over three decades ago in Alaska, wealthy Victoria Pilz Bannister Muravieff was convicted of murdering her oldest son William by setting a fire to their home; her other son Oliver escaped by jumping out a window. At the time of her conviction Victoria insisted she was innocent, but once in jail accepted her lot stoically.
Now Victoria is dying from uterine cancer and her daughter Charlot... Better to Rest
Better to Post
NAL, Sept 2002, 23.95, 272 pp.
Once Alaska state trooper sergeant Liam Campbell was on the fast track to success but tragedy struck, and he fell down on the job resulting in his exile to the small fishing town of Newenham, population 2000. He quickly distinguished himself by catching a serial killer leading to his superiors wanting him back in Anchorage.
Though he would have a more powerful position with more opp...
Hugh and Sara have been married but living apart for years. Hugh is a Washington DC based CIA desk jockey and Sara is the XO about an USCG cutter. This action packed story is about how their paths cross to thwart a terrorist operation.
Hugh gathers information for the CIA and one of his contacts brings him startling news about a number of terrorists who have been seen consorting together in Thailand and Russia. Hugh puts together the information th... The Singing Of The Dead
St. Martin's, May 2001, 23.95, 272 pp.
Jack died over a year ago but Kate remains in shock as she still feels the pain of his death as if it happened yesterday. A former police officer and sometimes private detective Kate Shugak, a full-blooded Inuit, harbors
her dead lover's teenage white son Johnny. The fourteen-year old young adult refuses to live in the lower forty-eight states 0or reside with his mother who hates Kate...
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