The Edgar Award-winning, New York Times-bestselling series by Dana Stabenow set in Alaska. In A Cold Blooded Business, Kate Shugak investigates a drugs ring at an oil company—at great personal risk...
Prudhoe Bay, Alaska: population 2,000. Approximate number of families: zero. And America's largest oilfield...
In three months, the Prudhoe Bay oil operation has logged half a dozen drug overdoses, and one death: a man found floating face down in the company pool wearing full flight gear. Now the Alaskan Royal Petroleum Company is in need of a discreet investigator on the inside. Someone who can navigate a flat-bed truck against Arctic wind at forty degrees below freezing and find out who is running a narcotic ring from within the company. Sounds like a job for Kate Shugak...
Reviewers on Dana Stabenow's Kate Shugak series:
'An antidote to sugary female sleuths: Kate Shugak, the Aleut private investigator.' —New York Times 'Crime fiction doesn't get much better than this.' —Booklist 'If you are looking for something unique in the field of crime fiction, Kate Shugak is the answer.' —Michael Connelly 'An outstanding series.' —Washington Post 'One of the strongest voices in crime fiction.' —Seattle Times
About the Author
Dana Stabenow was born in Anchorage, Alaska and raised on a 75-foot fishing tender. She knew there was a warmer, drier job out there somewhere and found it in writing. Her first book in the bestselling Kate Shugak series, A Cold Day for Murder, received an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America.
Follow Dana at stabenow.com
PRAISE FOR THE KATE SHUGAK SERIES:
'If you are looking for something unique in the field of crime fiction, Kate Shugak is the answer' —Michael Connelly
'An antidote to sugary female sleuths: Kate Shugak, the Aleut private investigator' —New York Times
'Stabenow is blessed with a rich prose style and a fine eye for detail. An outstanding series' —Washington Post
'Crime fiction doesn't get much better than this' —Booklist
'Sparkles with energy and wit, and packs an unexpected punch' —Publishers Weekly