The Liam Campbell Mysteries
Dana Stabenow’s The Liam Campbell Mysteries collects four books and two short stories in a single volume—about 1,100 pages worth. Readers wanting even more L.C. will have to seek out the latest Kate Shugak novel, Restless in the Grave, in which Liam and Wy make their only other appearances to date.
Here’s how we describe it elsewhere:
Newenham, Alaska is a Bush town with a six-bed jail, a busted ATM and a saloon that does double-duty as a courtroom. It’s a wide-enough patch to warrant a state police presence, though, and Trooper Liam Campbell is it, posted there to spend some much-needed time in the wilderness. Campbell didn’t expect the new job to be simple, but finding his ex-lover crouched over a headless body is a hell of a way to get off the plane.
And it doesn’t get any easier. From the (literally) cut-throat business of commercial fishing, to the paranoid misanthropy of back-country prospecting, to drug dealers, serial killers, and caches of forgotten war gold, Campbell will have his hands full. This omnibus edition contains all four of the Liam Campbell novels, Fire and Ice, So Sure of Death, Nothing Gold Can Stay, and Better to Rest, as well as the short stories “On the Evidence” and “Missing, Presumed…” Fans of the modern frontier, of mystery tinged with a frisson of romance, of slow-talking lawmen with good intentions, of tai chi and small aircraft piloting take note: Liam Campbell is for you.
We hope you’ll agree. Note that the first book, Fire and Ice, is widely available for free, making it easy to try before you buy.
About Dana Stabenow
Dana Stabenow is an American author who has produced works in the science fiction, mystery, and suspense/thriller genres. Find her on the web at Stabenow.com.