Frank Mueller, an Alaskan Detective is twice divorced, on his third stint from rehab and given a case he knows will end his career on a bad note.
Two bodies have been discovered in an oil camp on the Arctic Ocean. One body was outside being devoured by a polar bear, the other strangled in her room. Is there a killer on the loose?
Two days later, the murders get more complicated. Two bodies from the same company are found in Northern Canada. Is this a copycat killer?
A Canadian Detective will stumble upon some clues that will terrify governments and oil companies. Can she convince the American Detective what she has found is real?
If you love thrillers with multiple twists and turns, and black humor where the bad guys are sometimes more misguided than bad, then you’ll enjoy this series.
Download Polar Bear Dawn to see the trouble that Detective Bernadette Callahan of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police can get into when she rides her instincts and not her horse.
The rest of the series is Pipeline Killers, (book two) Climate Killers, (book three) and Black Wolf Rising, (prequel). Hit the download button to start your new adventures today!
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About the Author
Lyle Nicholson is the author of five novels, two novellas and a short story, as well a contributor of freelance articles to several newspapers and magazines in Canada.
In his former life, he was a bad actor in a Johnny Cash movie, Gospel Road, a disobedient monk in a monastery and a failure in working for others.
He would start his own successful sales agency and retire to write full time in 2011. The many characters and stories that have resided inside his head for years are glad he did.
He lives in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada with his lovely wife of many years where he indulges in his passion for writing, cooking and fine wines.
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