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Few mysteries offer advice on how to kill someone with an ax and tidily dissect the remains, with the narrator bragging: "I have graduated from the writer of death to the taker of life."
That indefatigable Kate Shugak, Alaskan detective, is at it again, charging through a world she compares to what used to be known as the Wild West. She isn't a gunslinger, but she has Mutt, a 40-pound half-husky, half-wolf at her heels, and there's nothing Mutt likes more than playing the role of protector to the point that it sounds like a furred and fanged nanny.
Charles Todd's "An Impartial Witness" is haunted by the horror of World War I as it affected those who fought it and tried to forget it, if they lived through it.