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from the 18th Kate Shugak novel

1918 Niniltna The black death didn’t get to Alaska until November.  When it did, it cut down almost everyone in its path. The territorial governor imposed a quarantine and restricted travel into the Interior, stationing U.S. Marshals at all ports, trailheads and river mouths to interdict travel between communities.  He issued a special directive urging…

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Kates 1-9 reissued in paperback!

After many long years of being available only in e and in tatterdemalion used copies, the first nine Kate Shugak novels are back in print with snazzy new cover art. Buy links below. A Cold Day for MurderThe first Kate Shugak novel. A Park ranger goes missing,and so does the investigator sent in after him.…

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