Poisoned Pen Press,
Large print ed.
Alex Price, a bush pilot during the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, is looking forward to a pleasant evening with his old friend and former prospecting partner Stan, and Stans lovely Athabascan wife Angie. But under his horrified gaze, Stan dies a violent death in the explosion of his vehicle. No fool, Alex perceives a possible threat to Angie. And hes right; assassins are moving right behind him. On the run, Alex and Angie share their grief and their fury, engaging in a deadly game of cat and mouse with no idea who is trying to kill them, or why. A retired pilot, Porter writes gracefully about flying in Alaska in his soaring debut, evoking its breathtaking beauty and the joy of traveling across the state in a small plane...The fast pacing and gorgeous scenery hook the reader from the beginning. Publishers Weekly Don Porter has built mountaintop radio and TV repeaters in Alaska and earned a full compliment of pilots licenses. Then, trading snow for sunshine, he spent 10 years in Hawaii as Director of Maintenance for ABC. Deadly Detail is his first novel. www.dongporter.com
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|Grouping Title||deadly detail|
|Grouping Author||porter don|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-09 07:46:16AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-17 03:02:51AM|
|detailed_location_gcld||GRC Fraser Large Print|
|itype_gcld||Large Print Fiction|
|owning_library_gcld||Grand County Library Dist|
|owning_location_gcld||GRC Fraser Library|
|subject_facet||Alaska -- Fiction|
Attempted murder -- Fiction
Bush pilots -- Alaska -- Fiction
Detective and mystery fiction
Large type books
Local service airlines -- Corrupt practices -- Alaska -- Fiction
|title_full||Deadly detail [text (large print)] / Don Porter|
Local service airlines