The seventeenth Kate Shugak novel, now available in paperback. Click here to order your copy now!
The discovery of the world’s second largest gold mine in Kate’s back yard (Whisper to the Blood) is bringing too much change to the Park too soon, and every Park rat from the four aunties to Ranger Dan is having to adjust. The miners are bringing their own set of problems with them, too, including murder…
The title comes from the last two lines of the Robert Frost poem, “Acceptance”:
Let the night be too dark for me to see
Into the future. Let what will be, be.
And join me and the Danamaniacs at the Poisoned Pen in Scottsdale on February 16, 2010, publication day! And don’t forget, February 16th is also officially, by proclamation, acclamation, and declamation (and by city council ordinance) Kate Shugak Day in Palmer, Alaska! Go ahead, take the day off to take your dog detecting.
Click here for a Reader’s Guide to A Night Too Dark.
And click here to read my favorite scene.