Unbearably Deadly

By Jerold Last

Crime & mystery | eBook


Denali National Park in Alaska’s vast heartland is the scene of a bloody and lethal attack that kills two of Roger and Suzanne’s friends. The FBI investigation concludes the cause of death was a tragic accident. With nothing more than a gut feeling that something is amiss, our detective couple heads to Alaska to search for the truth in “Unbearably Deadly”, the newest novel in this acclaimed mystery series. As usual in the series, conspiracies abound and the truth is much more complicated than it appears. Can be read as a series entry or a standalone mystery novel. FREE from Kindle Unlimited.



The author is a Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of California's Medical School at Davis, near Sacramento in Northern California. Jerry writes “tweener” mystery books (hard boiled stories that follow the cozy conventions of no graphic sex and no cussing) that are fast moving and entertain the reader, while introducing the readers to a region where he has lived and worked that is a long way from home for most English speakers. He and his wife lived previously in Salta, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay for several months each. Jerry selected the most interesting South American locations he found for Roger and Suzanne to visit while solving miscellaneous murders.


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The author is a Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of California's Medical School at Davis, near Sacramento in Northern California. Jerry writes “tweener” mystery books (hard boiled stories that follow the cozy conventions of no graphic sex and no cussing) that are fast moving and entertain the reader, while introducing the readers to a region where he has lived an...


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