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  • Published: 6 August 2024
  • ISBN: 9781640093003
  • Imprint: Catapult
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • RRP: $36.69

Blue Deer Thaw

A Jules Clement Novel



Alcohol and art, love and death. When a woman freezes to death in a snowdrift, Jules follows the mystery back to the newly renovated Sacajawea Hotel, where he’s cataloging antiquities for the owner. What seems like a simple tragedy plays out as a more complex story of family greed and revenge; for Jules, it will mean both love and tragedy. The reluctant sheriff will have to face the arctic winter in his search for clues to multiple murders, and the town of Blue Deer will never be the same.

Blue Deer Thaw continues the exploits of Sheriff Jules Clement in this new edition of the fourth installment in the critically acclaimed mystery series.

Blue Deer Thaw is a delight.” —The Seattle Times

“The fourth book in the Blue Deer series is another gem.” —The Washington Post

Alcohol and art, love and death. When a woman freezes to death in a snowdrift, Jules follows the mystery back to the newly renovated Sacajawea Hotel, where he’s cataloging antiquities for the owner. What seems like a simple tragedy plays out as a more complex story of family greed and revenge; for Jules, it will mean both love and tragedy. The reluctant sheriff will have to face the arctic winter in his search for clues to multiple murders, and the town of Blue Deer will never be the same.

Blue Deer Thaw continues the exploits of Sheriff Jules Clement in this new edition of the fourth installment in the critically acclaimed mystery series.

  • Published: 6 August 2024
  • ISBN: 9781640093003
  • Imprint: Catapult
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • RRP: $36.69

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Praise for Blue Deer Thaw

“Her strong suits include witty prose [and] bone-dry humor…. Blue Deer Thaw is a delight.” —Seattle Times

"Harrison demonstrates once again that she's among the most talented writers to grace the genre in recent years." ––Publishers Weekly (starred)

“Lively, hilarious… not to be missed by devotees of good writers with an exquisite sense of humor.” —Kirkus Reviews