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  • Cold Snap

  • Arliss Cutter, Book 4
  • By: Marc Cameron
  • Narrated by: David Chandler
  • Length: 12 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Cold Snap

By: Marc Cameron
Narrated by: David Chandler
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Stranded in the Alaskan wilderness with three violent prisoners, Deputy US Marshal Arliss Cutter becomes the hunter and the hunted in a desperate fight for survival....

After an early spring thaw on the Alaskan coast, Anchorage police discover a gruesome new piece of evidence in their search for a serial killer: a dismembered human foot.

In Kincaid Park, a man is arrested for attacking a female jogger. Investigators believe they have finally captured the sadistic serial killer. But one deputy is sure they have the wrong man.

In the remote northern town of Deadhorse, Alaska, Deputy US Marshal Arliss Cutter escorts three handcuffed prisoners onto a small bush plane on route to Anchorage. The men have been charged with racketeering, drug trafficking, and kidnapping. But Cutter doesn’t expect any trouble from them. It’s a routine mission and a nonstop flight - or so he thinks. When the plane makes an unexpected landing in the middle of nowhere, all hell breaks loose. The prisoners murder a pilot and guard. The plane is torched and blown up. And the last few survivors are forced to flee into the wilderness. But their nightmare’s just beginning. Back in Anchorage, deputy Lola Teariki has traced the dismembered foot to a missing girl - and the serial psychopath who slaughtered her.

It’s one of the prisoners on Cutter’s flight....

Now it’s a deadly game of survival. With no means of communication, few supplies, and ravenous grizzly bears and wolves lurking in the shadows, Cutter has to battle the unforgiving elements while the cold-blooded killer wants his head on a stick. Here in Alaska, nature can be cruel - but this time, human nature is crueler....

Drawing on his experiences as a deputy US marshal in Alaska, Cold Snap rings terrifyingly true.

©2022 Marc Cameron (P)2022 Recorded Books

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Not a Jack Ryan, but a good read...

one part of the plot is overdone (no spoilers), but I still enjoyed the series.

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Too Woke for me

Twelve hours of misandry. Like a lot of modern authors, Cameron is afflicted with the woke mind virus. His hatred of men should be appealing to many feminist readers.

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