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North To Murder by Jacques L. Condor Maka-Tai-Meh

North To Murder

by Jacques L. Condor Maka-Tai-Meh

302 pages
Murderers in Alaska who kill and are never caught.

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About the Book
Alaska can be a deadly placeÖ

Murders happen up here with surprising frequency. The real dangers in the North Country for Alaskan residents are other residents. In Alaska murder seems to be the solution to many problems. A motive for Alaskan murder can be found in all seven deadly sins and several of the base emotions.

Winters and isolation increase the number of murders but every season knows the spectre of a killing. The major cities of Anchorage and Fairbanks see the most murders but there isnít a Native village or an off-the-main-road town that hasnít experienced the stark reality of a murder.

One of the surprising things about murder in Alaska is how creative the killerís approach to murder can be. Guns, knives and axes are primary tools of the death-makers but some of the weapons of choice in the Northland are poisons, prescription drugs, dangerous machines and bearsÖ yes: BEARS..

But the most surprising thing of all is how many of the murderers are never caught. The stories in this collection are about Alaskans who managed to kill and get away with it. The tales were created from both fact and fiction.

Enjoy these chilling tales of unsolved murders in the Great Land.

 

 

About the Author
Jacques L. Condor Maka-Tai-Meh is a French-Canadian, Algonkin-Abenaki-Mesquaki First Nations writer. He has been a resident of Alaska, Canada and the Pacific Northwest for sixty years. Since 1947, Condor has lived in Nome, Saint Lawrence Island, Fairbanks, Moose Pass, Seward, and Anchorage. His stories are about these northern locations.

 

 

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