By Dana Stabenow
On the request of her grandmother, a matriarch of her Aleut extended family, Kate Shugak travels to Anchorage to enquire the mysterious deaths of numerous Council individuals earlier than a very important assembly to figure out the destiny of a few disputed tribal lands. secret Guild Alt.
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Kate said. Unsmiling, Ekaterina nodded. " Ekaterina put the spoon to one side and contemplated her tea. " When Ekaterina nodded a second time, she said wryly, "Emaa, you've got that backwards, haven't you? " Ekaterina shook her head. " Kate said, half smiling. "No," Ekaterina said firmly. " The old woman blew across the top of the steaming mug and took a delicate sip. She set the mug down on the table again and looked at her granddaughter, her face set in lines that were firm, yet dispassionate.
She laughed up at the sky. Mutt lay panting next to her, jaw grinning wide, long pink tongue lolling out, and seemed to laugh with her, loud whoops of jubilant laughter that rollicked across the clearing to where the old woman stood. The sound of a low cough cut the laughter like a knife. Mutt lunged to her feet, hackles raised. Kate jerked upright and stared across the clearing. Her grandmother stood at the edge of the clearing, rooted in place with the trees, a short, solid trunk of a woman dressed in worn Levis and a dark blue down jacket over a plaid flannel shirt, hair only now beginning to go gray pulled back in a severe bun, her brown face seamed with lines in which could be read the last eighty years of Alaskan history.
Glenn Miller gave out his phone number to whoever happened to be listening and Ekaterina freshened their mugs from the teapot, without the strainer this time. Kate watched her, wary, waiting, still suspicious. Ekaterina caught sight of her expression and laughed out loud. It was the same belly laugh she'd given earlier, a solid, hearty sound, a laugh that sounded like she looked, a laugh Kate remembered hearing often during her childhood, one she had heard less often since. "You look at me like Fox looks at Raven," Ekaterina said, still laughing.
Blood Will Tell by Dana Stabenow