Hunter's Moon by Dana Stabenow
(Kate Shugak Mysteries)

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Guiding becomes a deadly business when Kate Shugak accepts a contract to shepherd a group of German computer executives on an Alaskan hunting retreat. As the fog rolls in and people start dying, Kate and her boyfriend Jack discover how very seriously their charges take the sport. A hunter's moon signals a season of gathering and plenty, but Kate finds herself out of resources and at her most vulnerable. She must find the strength to not only survive, but repay. This time, the guide becomes the huntress.
 

About Dana Stabenow

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Dana Stabenow is the author of the Kate Shugak series for Putnam/Berkley and the Liam Campbell Series for Dutton/Signet. She lives in Anchorage, Alaska.
 
Published September 29, 2011 by Gere Donovan Press. 260 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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It's a lucky thing that Kate Shugak is, as her sweetie Jack Morgan points out, a Renaissance woman who can shoot, guide, survive in the Alaskan bush, and bring murderers to justice, since she'll need all those skills and more to handle the big-game hunting party George Perry is taking to Taiga Lo...

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Come along on a hunting trip from hell in the harrowing ninth entry of Stabenow's (Killing Grounds) Edgar Award-winning series set in the Alaskan bush. It's autumn in the foothills of the Alaska Range

May 03 1999 | Read Full Review of Hunter's Moon (Kate Shugak My...

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