A Night Too Dark, by Dana Stabenow
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Barbara Morrison
September 2011
Contributor
Written by
Barbara Morrison
September 2011

With the power out all week thanks to Hurricane Irene, I’ve had many nights that were too dark recently. This 17th novel in the Kate Shugak series starts when a pickup truck is discovered on a rarely traveled road in Alaska with a suicide note taped to the steering wheel. It could have been there an hour or over a month, so a search is organized for the missing driver. Kate, a private investigator in the small town of Niniltna, is drafted by the short-handed police force to conduct the search, but she has barely started when she is interrupted by a ferocious crashing in the woods headed straight for her.

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    You have me so curious about this so-well-timed book review . . . but I can't get to your blog. Have you moved it?