The next installment of the Life on the Alaska Frontier series is in the works. Here’s a little look at what’s coming:
Before long, the drunks would stagger out of the saloon, intending to make their way home. Not any drunk would do—they had to have the right qualities to make them suitable. She preferred the newcomers—they usually carried lots of cash and were the easiest to trick—easiest to make disappear. Second best were miners with a nice, fat gold poke. Those were trickier—she was known around town, and if things didn’t go right, the game would be over. Oh, how she loved the game, particularly the ruse—the con—but more so, the reward.