“And you don’t think both of them could have stumbled into a snowdrift?”
From A Cold Day for Murder, the first Kate Shugak novel:
“So you sent in an investigator,” she said.
“Two weeks and two days ago, exactly.”
“And now he’s missing, too.”
“And you don’t think both of them could have stumbled into a snowdrift.”
“No. Not when the investigator went in specifically to look for the ranger.”
“Maybe it was the same snowdrift.”
Chatter Kate Shugak Uncategorized a cold day for murder Kate Shugak No Fixed Line the first Kate Shugak Novel
Dana View All →
Author and founder of Storyknife.org.
I just re-read this last week!
How to heat irrevocably hooked!