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Red Line Reviews
Taylor suspects fellow pilots of smuggling alcohol to natives in exchange for fake artifacts sold on black market. Drunken natives are getting hurt and killed. Taylor traces it to her former boyfriend. Good story line and we get to know the characters well, but overall weak writing.
This is a likeable mystery about small-plane pilots in Alaska, flying regular routes between townships. The red line refers to the danger of running low on fuel out in the wild country. Our main character is a female pilot who investigates inconsistencies surrounding a death, as she works. I enjoyed the story and if you like the tale you should try Dana Stabenow's Alaska PI tales.
Book 2 of 3 in the Taylor Morgan, Alaskan Murder Mysteries written in the late 1990's. Not as good as Sue Henry's Alaskan series, but check them out of you like an Alaskan setting and or flying adventures.