A Fatal Thaw
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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Review: A Fatal Thaw (Kate Shugak #2)User Review - Bill - Goodreads
I like this crime mystery series. The setting in Alaska is a nice change of pace from NYC, Chicago or LA. Great cast of characters. Read full review
Review: A Fatal Thaw (Kate Shugak #2)User Review - Tg - Goodreads
After having finished my second library loan of Kate Shugak I must say that it is probably not her, it's me, but I find the books tiresome, slow, anachronistic and humourless. Still Stabenow describes well and it is definitely my taste and not a general verdict on the book. Read full review