What Readers Are Saying

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“Wicked tale. A mystery set in Anchorage, Alaska in the late 1900s. You get all the grit and grime of a city on the edge of the wilderness. It has one foot in civilization the other in primal world around it. The author either spent enough time here to get to know the place well or took copious notes in a very short time. I’m guessing the former. The situation with the native community, drunks on Fourth Ave., it’s all there. Great read.”

Paper Gold Publishing

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“If you enjoy reading the thrilling, psychological, creepy serial killer type of book … and feeling like you’re on a roller coaster at the same time … definitely read this book then, but be warned, you might not be able to put it down … and when you’re done – don’t expect to sleep.”

Mary

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Great

In the style and social revelations of man’s superior attitude towards different types and conquered people an honest and open revelation of true problems and culture of native Americans . We should be ashamed of ourselves !!! John Steinbeck would be proud to have written this 

Richard