Morrow, June 2002, 23.95, 304 pp.
Dog musher Jessie Arnold has not had an easy time of it lately. Four months ago, she broke up with her significant other, State Trooper Alex when he moved to Idaho and she didn't want to leave Alaska nor commit to a marriage when she guarded her independence. Three months ago, a serial arsonist burnt down her log cabin located in a remote area eight miles from the small town of Wasilla in Matunu... Dead North
Musher Jessie Arnold is getting her life back together after her cabin is burned down by a crazed arsonist. Currently homeless and unable to move from her kennels of huskies, Jessie accepts a friend's offer to live in his motor home, if she drives it home from Idaho. Driving along the awe-inspiring Alaska Highway- a two thousand mile route-Jessie, with faithful dog Tank, encounters danger once again in the form of what seems like an innocent hitchhiker. ... Death Trap
Jessie Arnold is back as the main character of Henry's novel “Death Trap”. She is frustrated and not used to being only partially mobile. She is recovering from the knee injury caused by falling down the hill (last book) and is unable to train her dogs. She still has Tank at home with her along with a few others but she is under strict doctors orders to not train them and Billy is coming by to tend to the ones that are not out being trained with a fri... Murder at Five Finger Light
NAL, Apr 2005, 23.95, 288 pp.
Sled dog racer Jessie Arnold feels the world is looking up as she rebounded from knee surgery, and is back with her beloved State Trooper Alex Jensen. Jessie accepts an invitation to a paint party thrown by close friends Laurie and Jim Trevino, who are renovating a fixer-upper Five Finger Lighthouse on Alaska's Inner Passage; Alex has a meeting that he must attend so he cannot accompany Jessie, but ...
Murder on the Iditarod Trail
The Iditarod Race is the centerpiece for this murder mystery. Jessie Arnold is Alaska's premier female musher and she is noticing that all around her the other premier mushers are dying one by one through accidents, some of which seem to be hard to explain away. Jessie is having one of the best races of her career though and wants to push on, but is being extra cautious. She is also working to stay safe and keep her dogs out of peril. There is a lot ... The Serpents Trail
NAL, April 2004, 24.95. 288pp
Sixty-three years old Maxie McNabb enjoys hitting the road with her RV accompanied by her mini-dachshund, perhaps the only Alaskan resident not to have a husky. When Maxie learns that her friend Sarah Numamaker is dying, she decides to visit her pal in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Sarah is elated that Maxie is coming to see her, but not just because she enjoys her company, which she does. Sarah nee...
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