Paperback $15.95

Jan 01, 2005 | 304 Pages

Ebook $9.99

Jan 01, 2005 | 272 Pages

  • Paperback $15.95

    Jan 01, 2005 | 304 Pages

  • Ebook $9.99

    Jan 01, 2005 | 272 Pages

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Praise for Shaman Pass

“In a robust sequel to White Sky, Black Ice, this Alaska state trooper is still burdened by his urban upbringing and his aversion to ice and snow . . . Active maintains his awe of the vast Alaskan tundra, a forbidding region that Jones renders in all its bone-chilling beauty.”
The New York Times Book Review

“Jones captures in precise detail . . . the starkly individual spirit of this village’s collection of characters . . . His depiction of a freezing world of tar-paper houses and whaling camps is absolutely convincing . . . The effect is one of wry immersion in a mildly cantankerous society whose members are eccentric only in comparison to ‘the outside.’”
Houston Chronicle

“Solid police work in a cold climate.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Stirring . . . Jones skillfully depicts the beauty and desolation of the ‘treeless tundra’ in winter as well as the hardships of survival in one of the world’s harshest climates.”
Publishers Weekly

“Jones creates a stunning authentic sense of Alaskan history and of culture still in the throes of change.”
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