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Nancy helps Brianna Bunch, executive director of WildWolf, keep her federally protected wolf preserve outside River Heights from going under. With missing wolves, dangerous fires, and a possible "wolfman" roaming the area, this is an extremely dangerous case.
Posted December 20, 2008
This was a scary mystery . Ever since I came to the point where the wolves were stolen , I felt so scareddddddd !!!!!!!! But I had expected Nancy to figure out who the criminal was but instead , the criminal himself confessed everything . This was not the kind of end I was expecting . But overall , this book was terrifying , scccarrryyyyy and worth reading .
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Posted May 6, 2014
Posted June 23, 2005
Posted May 14, 2004
This Nancy Drew story goes beyond the whimsical Nacny and her sleuthing, and enters the realm of the environmental and social issues surrounding the protection of wolves and wolf preserves. Keene comes down on the side of the wolves, and as the story develops it is obvious the wolves are not so much to blame for the crimes as are humans. Without giving the story away, let me say this is one of the more intersting Nancy Drew stories, as it places Nancy into a serious debate, that continues to this day concerning wolves and livestock, and who has the right to the wilderness. A couple of novels featuring young sleuths, but not dwelling on this level of social debate, are listed below.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 14, 2013
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