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In their opening arguments, each side laid out the strengths of their cases -- Brenda Morris for the prosecution and Brendan Sullivan for the defense.

In her book “Justice for Bonnie,” Karen Foster offers readers a grieving mother’s perspective into the emotional turmoil of the years immediately following Bonnie Craig’s brutal death and how she hounded investigators for years. 
Justin Herrmann’s impressive debut collection, "Highway One, Antarctica: Stories," takes us pole to pole  --  from Antarctica to the coast of Northwest Alaska.
Fairbanks author Kirkpatrick Hill skillfully depicts the gold rush, making it entertaining and educational.
Portraits of mountain goats, beluga whales and a woman who heads north to Alaska are among the adventures awaiting readers in these Alaska-centric books.
The book becomes a much-needed elucidation of how difficult achieving a murder conviction can be. It puts a human face on the investigators who strive to build an airtight case before making an arrest.
Author Kim Heacox shines a new light on the northern travels of well-regarded naturalist John Muir, who made the first of his Alaska visits in 1879.
The 14 short stories are remarkable in their quality, variety and inventiveness. These are stories that matter.
Death is nature. Nature is far from over. In the end — I must believe it — just like a salmon, I will know how to die, and though I die, though I lose my life, nature wins. Nature endures.
This week on Reading the North: a cookbook for northern regions and a journalist's investigation of claims that her father stole millions of dollars' worth of ore.

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