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When Louise Root, a new client of Cecil Younger, is found murdered, the private investigator finds himself in the middle of an environmental law violation that has deadly repercussions. Cecil finds he is unable to leave behind Root, especially after her ex-lover Hannah asks him for help. 

On top of it all, Global Mining, the company that runs the gold mine where Root's body was found, hires Younger to get the dirt on an environmentalist who has a connection to the victim. In the midst of all this, Cecil's personal life is fraying as he keeps secrets from his ward, Todd, and tries to keep his drinking under control. 

In the sequel to The Woman Who Married a Bear, Straley returns with his sensitive, if slightly unstable, investigator.

©1993 John Straley (P)2018 Recorded Books

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  • Clifford K.
  • 03-11-2020

another good story and performance

even though it was written some time ago the issues discussed are still prevalent today as it relates to the environment and corporate malfeasance. it creates a nice picture of all the different areas of Alaska and the different characters that have lived there and their impact of the environment and the nature of the state on their lives.

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