Rinn’s Crossing

by Russell G Heath


Rinn destroys equipment at a remote Native logging camp. The woman he loved is arrested for his crime—and the murder of a Tlingit elder broken by the loss of the Native way of life. If Rinn comes clean on the sabotage, he’ll be charged with the murder. No cop is going to believe that someone else killed the old man. If he says nothing, Kit goes to prison.

Kit fights to save the Alaska she loves. It’s not a battle she can win, unless she betrays her secret lover, a Tlingit fighting for what was promised to his people a generation ago.

For years, Dan fought for Native rights and nothing changed. He steps over the line thinking it would make a difference to Native kids. Now, even if he wins, he loses.

“Serpentine intrigue and crisp characterization,” Kirkus Reviews(starred review)
100 Best Indie Books of 2020, Kirkus Reviews
“Plotting is taut and propulsive,” Red City Review (5-star review)


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Category: Thrillers – Political