A Fatal Thaw

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Poisoned Pen Press, 2011 - Fiction - 179 pages
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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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Interesting characters, but a bit predictable ending. - Goodreads
Good Alaskan cultural insight. - Goodreads
Dana Stabenow is a great writer! - Goodreads
The ending of this one was breathtaking. - Goodreads

Review: A Fatal Thaw (Kate Shugak #2)

User Review  - Richard Morris - Goodreads

The second book in the Kate Shugak series is much better than the first one. It is focused and has energetic momentum and direction. Although I guessed correctly at the identity of the culprit fairly ... Read full review

Review: A Fatal Thaw (Kate Shugak #2)

User Review  - Ed - Goodreads

#2 in the Kate Shugak series. Kate is an Alaskan native PI living on a homestead in the Bush. Kate Shugak series - A madman goes on a shooting spree, but forensics says Lisa Getty was shot with a ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)


Dana Stabenow is the author of twenty-eight novels, including the Edgar Award-winning Kate Shugak series.  She lives in Alaska.


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