Alanna lived a beautiful life with her husband and daughter in Seattle. She was renowned for her work as a forensic nurse collecting evidence and testifying against the perpetrators of horrific crimes. When an attempt on her life ended with the death of her husband, she lost everything that had given her life meaning and purpose.
Alanna fled to Montana to live the second half of her life with her mother on the Blackfeet Nation Reservation. A place of stark contrasts, ancient culture, and extraordinary beauty.
When a serial rapist calling himself “the Hunter” found prey on the Reservation, Alanna was drawn back into forensic nursing to help Blackfeet Law Enforcement bring him to justice.
Alanna had a lot to learn about her new home. She would find that love and tragedy transcended location and culture.