A Fine And Bitter Snow by Dana Stabenow

A Fine And Bitter Snow (Kate Shugak, #12)Alaska is my favorite character in this book.
Kate Shugak is great, too.

As Kate continues to recover from Jack Morgan’s death – and play touch and go with Chopper Jim – there’s a new development for Alaska. To drill or not to drill? Jobs vs pristine wilderness? And – ugh- outsiders becoming neighbors to the Park, creating a new -road- .

The Aunties have opinions, the Park natives have opinions, and then someone turns up dead.

Hunter’s Moon is still the only Kate Shugak mystery where strong sunlight was needed to read, but the series habit of Killer Found, Justice is Above the Law continues.

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