Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the A Nathan Active Mystery series.
- #1: White Sky, Black Ice (A Nathan Active Mystery #1) (Paperback): $9.99
- #2: Shaman Pass (A Nathan Active Mystery #2) (Paperback): $16.95
- #4: Village of the Ghost Bears (A Nathan Active Mystery #4) (Paperback): $16.95
- #5: Tundra Kill (A Nathan Active Mystery #5) (Paperback): $15.95
- #6: The Big Empty (A Nathan Active Mystery #6) (Paperback): $15.26
The third entry to the Nathan Active series.
State Trooper Nathan Active has long been caught between identities. Born an Inupiat Eskimo but raised in Anchorage by adoptive white parents, he had little knowledge of his heritage before being assigned to the remote Alaskan town of Chukchi. He only realizes how deeply settled into the local rhythm he is when Grace Palmer, a local beauty queen, goes missing. Active mounts a search that will lead him halfway across Alaska—and give him plenty of time to discover he is in love with Grace. Closing in on the answers, however, he discovers evidence that points to an agonizing conundrum: she is either dead, or she is a cold-blooded killer.
About the Author
Stan Jones is a native of Alaska. He has worked as an award-winning journalist and a bush pilot. He is the author of five other mysteries in the acclaimed Nathan Active series, including White Sky, Black Ice; Shaman Pass; Village of the Ghost Bears; Tundra Kill; and The Big Empty.
Praise for Frozen Sun
"No one shows you the ugly side of Alaska the way Stan Jones does."
—The New York Times Book Review
"What Jones truly excels at is evoking Alaska. Whether it be the brief, fragile arctic spring, the hazardous world of the dead enders on the streets of Anchorage, or the relentless rain of Dutch Harbor, readers will get a strong sense of what Alaska feels like . . . Jones has an easygoing writing style that flows well, an ability to create believable, multi-layered characters, and plenty of good plot ideas."
—Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
"That rare thing, a deftly plotted mystery that's also an irresistible love story. With it, Jones's Alaska series takes a quantum leap forward."
"Does not disappoint . . . Readers of Dana Stabenow and Mike Doogan will appreciate Jones's take on Alaskan justice."
"A subtle, vivid, and effective crime novel that deserves a wide readership."
—International Noir Fiction