It’s October, and Kate’s sometime boss and long-distance lover Jack Morgan hires her to investigate the strange disappearance of two crew members on a fishing boat working out of Dutch Harbor. Unfortunately, this means she has to take one of the vacant deckhand positions, and solving a double homicide on a 100-foot crabber in the middle of the Bering Sea is not Kate’s idea of a good time.
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People always ask me if I’ve been this seasick. Yes, I have, and I don’t care to discuss it, thank you.
Below is a painting of the boat I spent five years off and on while I was growing up.
About the Dedication
for Kathleen, Susan and Amy
co-writers in residence
and for Nancy, the angel at the gate
The first and best thing my writing ever earned me was a residency at Hedgebrook Farm, a retreat for women writers on Whidbey Island in Washington State and heaven on this earth. There be magick there.
Nancy Skinner Nordhoff is Hedgebrook’s founder, the angel at the gate. Kathleen Alcala, Amy Pence and Susan Simpson Brown were the other writers in residence with me. Kathleen’s son Ben was also there; he was born a month later.