In A Deeper Sleep, P.I. Kate Shugak has been working on a case for the Anchorage D.A. involving the murder of a woman by the woman's husband. Louis Deem has been the subject of investigations before, and he's never been convicted. But Kate and state trooper Jim Chopin are convinced that, this time, he'll be punished for his actions. When he's found not guilty, Kate and Jim and the rest of Nilniltna, Alaska, are certain that a man has gotten away with murder, and that it's only a matter of time before he tries again. Sure enough, a few weeks later, a woman and her son are shot, the victims of an apparent robbery. But this time, Kate and Jim have a witness, and they're determined that Deem will not get away again. Or will he?
"Kate Shugak is becoming a leader among her people and is already a leader in the sorority of women detectives." (Publishers Weekly)
"An engaging plot, the fascinating Native American frame, the well-developed characters, and the vivid depiction of the Alaskan wilderness add up to another strong entry in this consistently satisfying series." (Booklist)
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- Linda J. White
Read this one & do not listen if you like the other books.
NO!!! She was horrible & cannot pull the characters off the page. I only finished the audible as I was on a long drive & couldn't read the book. She made everyone sound like school girls or cartoon characters none of which fit Dana Stabenows books.
No, if I had realized it was not Margaruite Gavin & listened to a sample when I purchased it I would have read it instead. Bernadette Dunne should not be a narrator.
Love the books but this was painful to listen too. It was my fault for thinking it would be the same narrator as the other books.
- Katherine Baldwin "kathyb"