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In a remote Alaskan village, Deputy US Marshal Arliss Cutter searches for a stone-cold killer amid a hotbed of corruption, lies, and long-buried secrets....

Winter comes early to the rural native community of Stone Cross, Alaska - and so does hunting season. Caribou and moose are a major source of food through the long, dark months ahead. But Arliss Cutter has come here for a very different game. A federal judge is receiving death threats and refuses protection. Cutter and his deputy Lola Teariki have been assigned to shadow him on his trip to this icy outland to make sure that he's safe. But they quickly discover that no one is ever really safe in a place like this. And no one is above suspicion....

When Cutter and Lola arrive, the village is already gripped with fear. A young couple has disappeared from their fishing lodge, just eight miles upriver. Their handyman has been found dead, next to a crude drawing of a mysterious symbol. To make matters worse, a dense fog has descended on the region, isolating the town from civilization. With the judge's life still at risk, and two people still missing, Cutter and Lola have their work cut out for them. But navigating the small-town customs and blood-bound traditions of this close-knit community won't be easy. When the secrets come out, the deadly hunt is on....

Because in Alaska, nothing runs colder than blood.

©2020 Marc Cameron (P)2020 Recorded Books

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  • Wayne
  • 03-04-20

Arliss Cutter series Book 2

I'm accustomed to the author Marc Cameron's Jericho Quinn espionage series as well his writing three novels in Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan series, but I skipped the first novel in his Arliss Cutter police procedural series. STONE CROSS is Book 2 in the Cutter series. I had a very difficult time getting into Stone Cross and considered giving up several times. I'm glad I did not give up. Still, choosing between 3 and 4 stars was difficult.

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  • DrJane
  • 26-04-20

More of this genre. please!

I'm not a big fan of military/spy novels as a rule. This crime novel set in bush Alaska is rich, suspenseful and satisfying... a real gem from an author usually writing Tom Clancy books. I enjoyed the well-developed characters, cultural and natural fabric, and all the subplots woven in. Not the least bit predictable, the story rolls along on its own path, much like the wilderness where it unfolds. The women were amazing and so were the dogs! Looking forward to many more.

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  • Kathy Gunter
  • 06-08-20

Awful narration

I’m not sure I can finish this book. The narration is so bad, It gets in the way of the story. I’ve reached my limit on book exchanges, otherwise I’d send this one back.

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  • Jason
  • 03-04-20

Welcome to rural Alaska

Marc formes a fantastic job of informing the reader about rural Alaskan culture while providing a great manhunt story. The story itself is quite good, but finding out about village life was an added bonus. I think this story was better than the previous Arliss Cutter story.

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  • Ann
  • 01-07-20

NOT WORTH YOUR TIME

At 12 hours and 20 minutes, this book is entirely too long. Portions of the novel provided way too much detail in areas that were not at all essential to the story, causing it to drag and become quite boring at times. The constant comments outlining “Grumpy’s rules” were corny and insipid. The narrator did a nice job, as he usually does. Not recommended

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  • Teresa
  • 16-05-20

Loved this book!

Cameron did a masterful job crafting this book. I was hooked from the beginning. Drama, suspense, action, and fascinating Alaskan culture come together in a book with multiple story lines that keep you eager to read the next chapter. Arliss Cutter is a rugged, rough and tough protagonist. What I also loved was the portrayal of the female leads in this story—every bit as tough! Thanks, Marc. Can’t wait for the next book in this series.

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  • ecoel
  • 28-04-20

This is probably the best book of its type I have read in years

Wow!! Not only was the plot great but it was cohesive and had wonderful character development. They were real people that showed concern and emotions and were not just killing machines. It exceeded my expectations and kept in involved from start to finish. Bravo!!

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  • Natty Bee
  • 29-01-22

Loved this story

I’m a big fan of modern western and wilderness mysteries and police procedurals. Longmire, Joe Picket, Cork O’Conner, Joe Leaphorn plus others.This new storyline did not disappoint me. I’m hoping there will be more of Arlyss Cutter and Lola. And Alaska. I have never harbored a notion of even visiting let alone living in Alaska. But I sure love reading about the hardy souls that live and thrive there. If you enjoy the characters from other books I mentioned above, you’ll love this book. Some violence and weirdness but not enough creepy details to keep me from finishing. Kept me in suspense till the end. I also love books with Native American culture throughout. This had it all. And of course narrator David Chandler is perfect as always.

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  • Donna
  • 14-06-21

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Dang it! i see no more books in the
Arliss Cutter series. This Stone Cross is sooo good I don't want to quit listening to tales from the Alaskan Bush- it's people, life, folk lore, survival in Artic cold- so many interesting tidbits (like no cotton).
Oh. the plot is well done, it's mysteries flow satisfactorily, the
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good. Fine narration :-)

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  • SD
  • 28-04-20

Grumpy Dog Gone

Love Grumpy Man Rules, Mim and the kids, Lola and the Alaska connection! What not to love? Arliss/MC needs to grow out of big brother's shadow and resolve his family situation. It is interesting BUT enough is enough. Arliss' talent for manhunting continues to be taxed due to his challenges of learning, and the reader also, the nuisances of being effective in an environment he isn't completely comfortable with. Keep it coming but work on AC's long term emotional stability.

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