In a remote Alaskan village, Deputy US Marshal Arliss Cutter searches for a stone-cold killer amid a hotbed of corruption, lies, and long-buried secrets . . . Winter comes early to the rural native community of Stone Cross, Alaska-and so does hunting season. Caribou and moose are a major source of food through the long, dark months ahead. But Arliss Cutter has come here for a very different game. A federal judge is receiving death threats and refuses protection. Cutter and his deputy Lola Teariki have been assigned to shadow him on his trip to this icy outland to make sure that he's safe. But they quickly discover that no one is ever really safe in a place like this. And no one is above suspicion . . . When Cutter and Lola arrive, the village is already gripped with fear. A young couple has disappeared from their fishing lodge, just eight miles upriver. Their handyman has been found dead, next to a crude drawing of a mysterious symbol. To make matters worse, a dense fog has descended on the region, isolating the town from civilization. With the judge's life still at risk, and two people still missing, Cutter and Lola have their work cut out for them. But navigating the small-town customs and blood-bound traditions of this close-knit community won't be easy. When the secrets come out, the deadly hunt is on . . . Because in Alaska, nothing runs colder than blood.
American novelist, Marc Cameron is best known for his Jack Ryan series, which he was honored to pen after novelist Tom Clancy passed. Cameron is also known for his Jericho Quinn action adventure books. Being born in Texas, he was an adventurer himself being a sailor and motorcyclist. Both venues can be found in his writing. OSI Agent Jericho Quinn has a BMW GS Adventure he uses in the series.
Cameron came to the thriller suspense genre of writing with 29 years experience in law enforcement, being a member of the U.S. Marshals Service, and specialized in dignitary protection. He obtained a second-degree black belt in Jujitsu, and is certified in scuba diving and man tracking. He has taught several classes in self defense to law enforcement agencies.
Cameron's short stories have been seen in The Sunday Evening Post and Boy's Life Magazine. In 2016 he was chosen to continue Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan Campus Thriller series, Tom Clancy Code of Honor.
Cameron resides in Alaska with his wife, and his very own BMW GS motorcycle.