A Night Too Dark (Mass Market Paperbound)
In Alaska, somebody disappears every day. Hunters who head into the wilderness Fishermen who brave the great rivers Tourists who attempt to do both. In Aleut detective Kate Shugak's Park, people have been falling off the grid quite a bit lately. And as she and state trooper Jim Chopin are about to realize, it's got something to do with the recent discovery of the world's second-largest gold mine in their very own backyard.
A hostile environmental activist organization has embraced Alaska's Suulutaq Mine as its reason for being, attracting more attention than many of the locals can tolerate. So it's almost a relief when Kate finally finds a body this, more than politics, she can handle. Until the identity of the body vanishes, too Now it's up to Kate and Jim to dig deeper into the mining controversy and find the truth about what's going on in her homeland. Even if that means facing down an enemy who will kill to keep certain secrets buried
About the Author
Dana Stabenow was born in Anchorage and raised on a 75-foot fish tender in the Gulf of Alaska. She knew there was a warmer, drier job out there somewhere and found it in writing. Her first crime fiction novel, A Cold Day for Murder, won an Edgar award. Her first thriller, Blindfold Game, hit the New York Times bestseller list.
A NIGHT TOO DARK
“Stabenow is blessed with a rich prose style and a fine eye for detail…It’s an outstanding series and one that has, in fact, won awards and begun to turn up on bestseller lists here in the Lower 48. If you've never visited Alaska, it's also an intriguing introduction to that big, brawling, rather bewildering state.”—The Washington Post
“Stabenow deftly explores the environmental and economic impact of gold mining in her sizzling 17th novel to feature Alaska PI Kate Shugak.”—Publishers Weekly
“This finely evoked world of sod-roofed cabins and mining pre-fabs is still a place well worth visiting.”--The Houston Chronicle
“Kate Shugak, the Aleut private eye, demonstrates why she is considered one of the best among female sleuths in A Night Too Dark, the latest episode in Dana Stabenow’s long-running Alaska-based series.”--San Diego Union-Tribune
“Kate Shugak’s dark side is on display in Stabenow’s 17th series novel… There isn’t a stone left unturned as Stabenow exhumes old memories and new problems in a book taut with danger.”—Romantic Times BOOKreviews