by Thomas J. Aron
In the summer of ’67, a body bobbed to the surface of Auke Bay. During the following days, the war bloodied the streets and hills of the city. Men died as far away as Skagway and Haines. Coincidental with the gruesome discovery north of Juneau, a new prosecutor named Brian Thomas arrived on the afternoon flight from Seattle. Coincidental? Many crime investigators do not believe in it.