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Summary

In the icy heart of Alaska, a series of gruesome murders leads Deputy US Marshal Arliss Cutter into a firestorm of searing corruption, clashing cultures, and bone-chilling fear....

In Juneau, a young Native archeologist is sent to protect the ancient burial sites uncovered by an Alaskan gold mining company. He never returns. 

In Anchorage, a female torso - minus head, hands, and feet - is washed ashore near a jogging trail by the airport. It is not the first. 

At Alaska’s Fugitive Task Force, Arliss Cutter and deputy Lola Teariki are pulled from their duties and sent to a federal court in Juneau. Instead of tracking dangerous fugitives, Cutter and Lola will be keeping track of sequestered jurors in a high-profile trial. The case involves a massive drug conspiracy with ties to a mining company, a lobbyist, and two state senators. When a prosecuting attorney is murdered - and a reporter viciously attacked - Cutter realizes they’re dealing with something much bigger, and darker, than a simple drug trial. The truth lies deep within the ancient sites and precious mines of this isolated land - and inside the cold hearts of those would kill to hide its secrets....

What’s buried in Alaska stays in Alaska.

©2021 Marc Cameron (P)2021 Recorded Books

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  • jedifish
  • 07-05-21

Another Arliss winner

loving the Arliss Cutter series, having spent most of my life commercial fishing in alaska, I appreciate the accuracy of locations, Chandlers narration is spot on, he Guidell and Brick are by far my favorite readers. One trivial point, on securing there skiff Chandler says Arliss secured the Bow line as in bow-tie, it is a bow line as in bow-wow, made me 😅laugh AHH land lubbers. Can't wait for next in series Marc Cameron scores again.

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  • Moorep2
  • 24-09-21

Love this series - hope there will be more

I have enjoyed all three books in the series and feel like I’ve learned an awful lot about Alaska and its territories and its people. I will little confused about the epilogue in this book, but I don’t wanna say anything because I don’t want it to be a spoiler. But it almost appears to be from an entirely different book…

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  • gdr-alaska
  • 02-03-22

outstanding work and story

it's is an outstanding Story by Mark Cameron based on a character of Arles cutter working has a u.s. marshal in the great state of Alaska

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  • Edward isaacson
  • 02-03-22

Hey you didn’t finish it

A very compelling story with great character development BUT you left too many characters hanging. Would sure like to know what happened to the informant and the journalist!!

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  • Diane Driscoll
  • 02-09-21

Great series! Can’t wait for the next one

Interesting characters and unique stories, beautiful landscape. These stories portray the difficulties, prejudice and even hatred that the natives of Alaska deal with every day. There is so much opportunity for character development I am looking forward to the next one in the series. Narrator is sometimes difficult to differentiate characters but I got used to it.

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  • Cathy
  • 21-08-21

Good story

Excellent narration. My "Joe Pickett". He does a good job for C.J. Box and a good job here as Arliss Cutter. I have found a new author to follow.

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  • D Cravens
  • 20-08-21

I’m in Love with Arliss

I really enjoy Marc Cameron’s characters BUT I REALLY like ARLISS CUTTER! He’s the kind of man I wish I’d met a long time ago!!!

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  • Ray
  • 11-08-21

Grammar

Liked the story, liked the reader. I am old and an avid reader of every style. Part of ever artisan’s creation is a imagination of what is to be created and a tool kit to provide the tools with which to create. To me one of the tools a writer needs is a knowledgeable working of grammar. In the past every book had a proofreader to maintain adherence to the rules One of the very basic rules is objective pronouns are used as the objects of verbs and prepositions. This book misses this rule constantly.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-07-21

Onto the next one!

Great Narrator! Hooked on the characters. Arliss and Mim.....what will happen with them? Arliss has a daughter?

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  • Grant Hiesterman
  • 13-07-21

A slow start, but then hold on!

It took longer than I’m used to reading to firmly grasp the key plot elements. But when I finally did I could not stop listening. Great series progression!