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Lee Goodman spent his early years outside of Boston and on Cape Cod. When he was in his teens his family moved to rural Vermont. Lee majored biology at the University of Vermont then moved to Alaska where he spent the next ten years mushing sled dogs, commercial fishing, and living an off-the-grid lifestyle. Eventually he want to law school then returned to Alaska and dabbled in different areas of law before deciding he wasn’t really cut out for any off them. So now he’s off-the-grid again, living outside of Anchorage. He writes for most of the year, but commercial fishes for salmon in the summer. He has two children.

Lee says he never planned to write legal mystery. He was aiming for literary fiction and social/environmental commentary. But
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“Do you have a dog?” I ask Cassandra. “Definitely,” Cassandra says. “Having a dog is one of the best things about being human. One of the ten best.” “And the other nine?” “I don’t know. Love, dancing, good coffee, kids, summer? I never made a list. But if I did, dogs would be on it.”
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“Hi, you’ve reached 555-3080,” Cassandra’s voice says. “Please leave your name and number, the date and time of your call, the purpose of your call, your religious persuasion, political affiliation, NRA membership status, IQ, resting pulse, and whether a spot check of your freezer would reveal fillets of any upper-trophic-level fish, and I’ll call you back. Bye.”
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