Dead in the water by Dana Stabenow

By Dana Stabenow

As soon as, Kate Shugak was once the celebrity investigator of the Anchorage D.A, 's workplace. Now she's long past again to her Aleut roots within the some distance Alaska north- the place her expertise for detection makes her the hardest crime-tracker in that stark and mysterious land.

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Kate, choking a little on the last bite of her peanut butter and grape jelly sandwich, stumbled through the door of her stateroom, feeling her way, eyes already closed in anticipation of hitting her bunk. Her foot tangled in something and she tripped and nearly fell. " Her bloodshot gaze peered around malevolently and encountered something that looked like a tent made out of a bedsheet, draped over three lengths of welding rod tied together in a kind of teepee frame. Andy's sun-streaked mop of blond hair poked out of a fold of cloth.

And don't even think about complaining about the noise. " "We know," Jack said dryly, and the bartender stamped out. " Kate demanded as soon as the door slammed shut behind him. Jack nodded. "God knows I'm no prude, Jack, but Jesus! " He unzipped his jacket and sat down to unlace his boots. " "Enough for Amaknak Island to achieve lift-off," she said, her torn voice outraged. "I'd bet my last dime there wasn't a kid there over twenty-five, and every last one of them due to go back out into the Bering Sea as soon as their boats are refueled.

She thought back to the galley and grinned to herself. He was also, she hoped, a fast learner. The rustle of stiff paper came from behind her. Curious, she checked the horizon and the autopilot and went back to see what Andy was up to. The chart room stood aft of the wheelhouse. Andy was leaning his elbows on the tilted surface of the chart table, mooning over a marine chart. Kate stood up on tiptoe to peer over his shoulder. "What're you looking at the Shumagins for? " Still very much on his dignity, he did not deem the question worthy of a civil reply.

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