An Alaskan mystery

The Boy in the Snow: An Edie Kiglatuk Mystery by M. J. McGrath is an intriguing mystery set against the unusual back drop of the harsh Arctic climate of Alaska. McGrath’s detective is a feisty half- Inuit woman Edie Kiglatuk.
Edie has traveled to Alaska from Canada to help her ex-husband Sammy in the Iditarod dogsled race. While riding her snowmobile to her appointed post for the race, Edie makes a grisly discovery. She stumbles upon the frozen body of an infant boy.
When Edie reports her discovery to local authorities she is put off by their cavalier treatment of her and her information. She is unable to forget the tiny frozen body. Edie feels compelled to visit the baby’s mother and grandparents. When a second baby’s body is discovered and a cult is linked to the killings, Edie is drawn into the mystery.
The Boy in the Snow is a fast-paced tale powered by compelling characters, corrupt politics, and old secrets – all played out against fascinating tapestry of diversity.
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