In the Barren Ground by Loreth Anne White takes place in a Canadian wilderness bordering the Arctic Circle. Tana Larson, young and pregnant, becomes the sole law enforcement for an area that covers 17,500 miles when her superior has some issues with the cold, isolation, and prolonged darkness of the area.
Two young researchers are savaged by wolves, and Tana, after viewing the scene begins to have some doubts about whether the wolves killed the two young people--or arrived after they were dead.
A mixture of legend, madness, and a determined young Mountie who has a surfeit of suspects.
I liked it. White's writing evokes the atmosphere of the far north.
Kindle Unlimited. Read in March.
The Boy in the Field by Margot Livesey was my favorite book in March, but it won't be published until August, so I'm holding the review.
My husband didn't get this,
but anyone who has grown an avocado tree from an avocado pit will.