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Dead Men Do Come Back

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Why would someone kill a miner, freeze his body solid on a glacier and then drop it alongside the Juneau wharf, the one place where United States Marshal Gordon Whitford would be sure to find it?
Does it have anything to do with the 250 pounds of gold that have just been extracted from the Alaska Gastineau Mine? And how were both the frozen body and the gold able to disappe
Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 24th 2016 by Crime Wave Press
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Jul 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Dead Men Do Come Back is the saga of United States Marshal Gordon Whitford in Juneau, Territory of Alaska in the summer of 1910. Whitford is called to the city dock where he finds a dead sourdough floating in the frigid water of the Gastineau Channel. The sourdough's daughter-in-law comes to Juneau to claim the body where she begins an affair with Whitford.

What Whitford does not know is that the murder of the sourdough is a set up for a robbery of a gold mine. What the thieves
Shane West
Sep 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
The characters are dark and well plotted which is the strength of a good crime-fiction but what makes the story apart is the impeccable detailing- an art which the author Steven Levi has mastered very well.
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Jun 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is definitely a thrilling mystery that I couldn't completely figure out. I really liked the Marshal and getting to know him and the way he sees things. I thought I had it all figured out but was nowhere close until the end to knowing who all was involved. There's a lot of moving parts to who killed the miner, why, and how everything happened. This is not a book ou fly through because you will miss details. The ending didn't quite satisfy me and left me wondering what was going to happen aft ...more
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