Dana Stabenow has a couple of series, but the Kate Shugak stories have the most in the series. They are all set in the outback of Alaska. I really enjoy them, but Alaska has always entrigged me and a place I have always wanted to visit. They are about difficulty living in the outback and simple living of life.
Excellent story, does for me about Alaska what Tony Hillerman does for the southwest. Kept me on edge the whole time, stories within stories.
Deft descriptions of weather, geography, and habitation set this mystery in a world of its own.
Native private investigator Kate Shugak navigates the charms and pitfalls of life in an Alaskan oil camp, where she searches for drug dealers and a murderer. RPetCo's CEO wants results quickly, so Kate works undercover as a roustabout in order to gain the confidence of other employees.
A chilling crime tale set in the world of oil workers on a frigid field north of the Arctic Circle.
Good Story set at the Prudhoe oil field