Category: Kate Shugak

“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. “Yes.” “When? Exactly.” “Two weeks and two days ago, exactly.” “And now he’s missing, too.” “Yes.” “And you don’t think both of them could have stumbled into a snowdrift.” “No. Not when the investigator went in…

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Old Sam and Murray Morgan

This is one of those happy instances of the law of unintended writing consequences. On page 271 of Though Not Dead, Old Sam tells Pappardelle, “I served in the Aleutians during the war. There wasn’t a lot to do, so every now and then to keep the enlisted out of trouble the brass would get…

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Kate Shugak is back.

“The dialogue is smart, authentic, and reminiscent of Elmore Leonard.” —Publishers Weekly “Crime fiction doesn’t get much better than this.”–Booklist Kindle iBooks Nook Kobo And for those who prefer their books in print… Click here to order a signed copy. Ordering info for bookstores and libraries: About the audio edition: Tantor Media will be publishing the audio…

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And the Roadhouse Report is awaaaay!

Or it was on Monday. Reproduced here in full for your pre-ordering pleasure. writes: Edgar-winner Stabenow’s richly nuanced, highly entertaining 21st Kate Shugak mystery (after 2013’s Bad Blood) finds the Alaskan PI, who’s recovering from a gunshot wound she suffered months before, enjoying her solitude at her isolated cabin at the foot of the Quilak…

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