Muriel Bright, America’s latest foodie channel sweetheart, is a real charmer who’s always discovering new uses for her magic outside the kitchen.Muriel has plenty of experience using her skills as a healer, cooking up comfort and well-being one delicious treat at a time. When there’s a murder behind the scenes at her top-rated cooking show, Muriel has no choice but to draw on her other extraordinary talents. As Muriel takes up sleuthing, she finds that her abilities are quickly put to the test. Despite what the detective assigned to the case may believe, this is no ordinary murder. Powerful forces are at work, and Muriel is determined to oppose them.
Nilliq, a young Inuit woman in a remote hunting camp, mourns for Aiti, and her chance to escape the oppressive snowhouse of her father. Mountie Jack McLain, under pressure from HQ, must solve the latest murder up the coast. Wallin, a young shaman, crosses their paths on his own mission to restore a fading traditional life on the land. This tense mystery, charting a journey of personal and cultural transformation, is set in Arctic Quebec (now Nunavut) in 1964. Hunter’s Daughter creates an authentic atmosphere like that of the stories of Farley Mowat or the film Smilla’s Sense of Snow. Damien Morgan calls Hunter’s Daughter “by far the best book I have received through Library Thing’s Early Reviewers’ program… a fascinating story… great story-telling.