A Fine And Bitter Snow by Dana Stabenow
Kate is recovering from Jack Morgan’s death and is back in the park. She learns that pressure has been put on the park ranger, Dan O’Brien to take early retirement as new government wants drill for oil and expand other activities in the area. Kate wants him to remain as the ranger and starts a movement to support him. Johnny is living with friend to prevent Kate being charged with kidnapping. Chopper Jim is involved in a murder investment. Dina and Ruthe are found beaten in their home. Dina is dead and Ruthe is nearly dead. The descriptions take to the park with its animal and plant life. The lines are brought together more of life in Alaska. There is sex in the story.

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8 Responses to A FINE AND BITTER SNOW By Dana Stablenow

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for posting. There are a lot of books in the series.

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