Synopses & Reviews
After healing from knee surgery, Jessie Arnold cant wait to train for the Iditarod, but she and her dogs must work hard to qualify. Jessies practice run goes smoothly until her sled hits a bump along the traila dead body. What the kid was doing on a mushers trail with no sled or dogs is anyones guess. And in a chilling moment, Jessie realizes that the case hits close to home
Champion musher Jessie Arnold has been out of racing for a number of years, ever since she incurred a devastating knee injury. Now she's ready to get back into shape for this year's Iditarod. While taking her team on a practice run down a local trail she takes a snowy bump that's never been there before. It turns out to be a snow-shrouded body. Now, Jessie and her boyfriend, Alaska State Trooper Alex Jensen, are back chasing criminals. And the hunt is on for the killer of a supposed earthquake victim-whose death turns out to actually be a murder.
After months of recuperating from knee surgery, Jessie Arnold is eager to begin training for this year s Iditarod. With the loving care of Alaska State Trooper Alex Jensen, her convalescence wasn t as painful as it could have been, but she and her dogs have a lot of work to do if they re going to qualify in the race.
Jessie s first practice run is going smoothly until her sled hits a bump along the trail a snow and ice-shrouded dead body, bearing a gunshot wound. The victim s name was Donny Thompson, the youngest son of a mechanic from the town of Palmer. What Thompson was doing on a musher s trail without any evidence of a sled and dogs is anyone s guess. But what worries Alex and Jessie more is how close the man was killed to their home."