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When the lone black male wolf was first spotted near the Mendenhall Glacier, Juneau residents were instinctively guarded; some even frightened. Gradually, their suspicions dissolved into curiosity and even fascination. As each winter arrived and the wild creature made its annual return, it gained an affectionate nickname. One longtime resident took particular interest. As both a journalist and photographer, Nick Jans (The Grizzly Maze; The Last Light Breaking) was predictably watchful, but his captivation with this strangely intimate visitor developed into something far more than simply professional. Over time, his observations and interactions with Romeo became the focus of this book. Editor's recommendation.