The Tenderness of Wolves
A NovelBook - 2007
From Library Staff
It’s the winter of 1867 and a former voyageur for the Hudson Bay Company has been brutally murdered in Dove River, a tiny isolated settlement in the Northern Territory. A local woman stumbles upon the crime scene and reports the tracks leading from the dead man's cabin north toward the forest an... Read More »
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An isolated woodsman is brutally murdered in the small town of Dove River in the bleak and snow-ravaged wilderness of Northern Canada in 1867. Suspicion immediately falls upon the neighbor's missing son. But as the investigation deepens, the case takes a bizarre turn and reveals secrets that cannot stay hidden forever.
This book was the Winner of the 2006 Costa Award, in large part due to the author's terrific description of setting.
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