Tag: a cold day for murder

“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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All my novels begin with setting.

In honor of the June 1st publication of Silk and Song in trade paperback, here’s a post from the Silk and Song blog tour in January. Between Two Continents with Dana Stabenow From James Joyce’s Dublin to Bram Stoker’s Transylvania, readers everywhere have traveled to regions far and wide. All from the comforts of their…

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