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A Cold-Blooded Business - Dana Stabenow
A Cold-Blooded Business
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A string of drug-related accidents at an oil company's rig in the Arctic Circle forces Kate Shugak to go undercover to scope out a cocaine connection along the TransAlaskan Pipeline. Reprint. AB. LJ.
A string of drug-related accidents at an oil company's rig in the Arctic Circle forces Kate Shugak to go undercover to scope out a cocaine connection along the TransAlaskan Pipeline. Reprint. AB. LJ.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780425158494 (0425158497)
ASIN: 425158497
Publisher: Berkley
Pages no: 231
Edition language: English
Series: Kate Shugak (#4)
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Yodamom Finds her Force
Yodamom Finds her Force rated it
4.0 Another Cold Blooded Winner
Another really enjoyable case solved with Kate. this time she goes way out and up in to the pipeline and works for the company that her whole being hates. Amazing scenery and revelations. She is such a fantastic character. Strong, independent, a happy loner and never cowers who she is. I love her an...
The Lethal Librarian
The Lethal Librarian rated it
3.0 A Cold-Blooded Business
This is one of the more interesting Kate Shugak novel, not so much for the mystery aspect, although it WAS a good mystery. The mystery seemed to take a backseat to the history of the pipeline and what these people that work there go through during their time there.What made this a good read for me, ...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it
4.0
My fascination with Alaska keeps me reading this series. I just love Ms. Stabenow's descriptive prose. Heck it's almost like being there. In this adventure, Kate is hired to ferret out who is dealing drugs at the oil pipeline up near the Artic Ocean. I'm not sure the details of pipeline production ...
Read Fragment
Read Fragment rated it
This particular Shugak mystery centers around the boom or bust frontier towns as reminiscent of gold rush as a modern oil camp. Kate is as engrossing in this setting as anywhere else, and again a fantastic window into a day (however hyperbolic) in the life of Alaska.
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