"Carey’s tension-filled report of a small town’s terror is portrayed with surprising love, bittersweetness, and hope, resulting in a beautifully written and enthralling true-crime tale."

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On In the Evil Day

2016-02-07T23:22:01+00:00
“Carey’s tension-filled report of a small town’s terror is portrayed with surprising love, bittersweetness, and hope, resulting in a beautifully written and enthralling true-crime tale.” On In the Evil Day
"Deep ecological journalism at its best."

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On Against the Tide

2016-01-25T00:00:47+00:00
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“Deep ecological journalism at its best.” On Against the Tide
"In the Evil Day is by far the best true-crime book I’ve ever read. It reads like a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, and I couldn’t put it down."

Howard Frank Mosher - Where the Rivers Run North

2016-02-07T21:46:38+00:00
“In the Evil Day is by far the best true-crime book I’ve ever read. It reads like a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, and I couldn’t put it down.” Howard Frank Mosher – Where the Rivers Run North
". . .a humanist and a journalist of considerable depth, who weaves the fate of men and fish together into a whole story."

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On The Philosopher Fish

2016-01-25T00:19:08+00:00
“. . .a humanist and a journalist of considerable depth, who weaves the fate of men and fish together into a whole story.” On The Philosopher Fish
"In the Evil Day . . . is the most authentic, gripping, true-to-life modern-day murder documentary I've ever read."

Ernest Herbert - The Dogs of March

2016-01-25T02:40:03+00:00
“In the Evil Day . . . is the most authentic, gripping, true-to-life modern-day murder documentary I’ve ever read.” Ernest Herbert – The Dogs of March
"In a literary landscape littered with mediocre books on Alaska, Raven’s Children looms like a mountain. It’s that good."

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On Raven's Children

2016-02-07T23:19:28+00:00
“In a literary landscape littered with mediocre books on Alaska, Raven’s Children looms like a mountain. It’s that good.” On Raven’s Children
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