In the ninth installment of Henry's critically acclaimed Alaskan mystery series, a murderer comes dangerously close to musher Jessie Arnold. When a body is discovered during the renovation of her home, Jessie learns it may be a victim of Alaska's most notorious serial killer. Soon after, another woman disappears in the same vicinity. Jessie suspects the killer is back at work . . . and that she may be the next victim. With her long knowledge of Alaska, her familiarity with the details of people and location, and her unerring sense of dramatic action, Sue Henry has made a legion of friends for Jessie Arnold as well as a name for herself as a first-rate novelist . . . not just a crime writer, but an author who seriously explores life and death in our harshest state.
"Henry revels in the wilderness of Alaskan scenery and keeps the tension mounting . . . a fine adventure." (Cleveland Plain Dealer)