Based on actual events, Alaska Justice follows Trooper Jack Blake across the frozen tundra of the Last Frontier in seek of justice. Blake uses dog teams and Bush planes to chase down the bad guys.
Here's what one reader says about Alaska Justice: "One adventure after another after another. Whew! Definitely action. That was just like Indiana Jones with no time for popcorn or restroom breaks.” —747 Captain Dave Glasebrook.
Abruptly, the Stearman broke into a steep diving turn towards Saint, like an eagle plunging for a salmon. The radial engine’s growling was deafening and the huge Hamilton Standard spinning propeller threatened to decapitate the killer. Saint jerked his rifle toward the bi–plane, turning his attention from his captive. Linda Doty took the opportunity—leaping away from Saint, and the crevasse, into the snow. My shot missed Saint’s head. He was turning to fire on the plane just as I squeezed the trigger. Instead, the .223 hit his right shoulder. Spinning him from the impact, Saint’s boots slipped on the icy ledge. He pulled one erratic shot into the air and screamed. With his rifle flung awkwardly over his head, Saint fell backwards into the deep hole to nowhere. Even over the roars of the circling Stearman, his screams echoed for an eternity as he bounced off the walls of the icy cavern.
“M. D Kincaid has given us an exciting and fast–paced novel based on real case histories of the Alaska State Troopers, and the seamless flow of the action is non-stop from cover to cover. Jack Blake, an experienced Air America pilot, turned Alaska State Trooper, is charged with trying to keep the peace in the beautiful and remote locations that can only be reached by aircraft or dog-sled. As the only law officer for hundreds of square miles, Blake braves the bad weather, worse flying weather, killer rivers, plane crashes and living quarters not fit for animals—on snow-shoes, running behind dog sleds, flying a variety of bush planes and float planes, sometimes with the assistance of a Fish and Wildlife trooper, the beautiful and able Jet Torsen. Alaska Justice is a fun, hard-to-lay-it-down read and I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a measure of good, adventurous diversion.”—Charles L. Lunsford Author of "Departure Message" and "Boxcar Down: The Albanian Incident"
It rates right up there with ‘Wager with the Wind.’ Fantastic book and very well written.” —Dave Linde, pilot
“Alaska Justice is a great adventure for first time author Michael Kincaid. His experiences as an Alaskan State trooper and bush pilot make the experiences for hero, Jack Blake exciting, funny and sad. The writing is refreshingly creative with twists and turns leaving you wanting more. This is one of those books that you want to read in one sitting and then are sad when it is over.”—Sue Harvey, Seattle schoolteacher