As the Wolf Loves Winter (Hemlock County Series)

As the Wolf Loves Winter (Hemlock County Series)

by David Poyer
As the Wolf Loves Winter (Hemlock County Series)

As the Wolf Loves Winter (Hemlock County Series)

by David Poyer


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"A grim, moving thriller" -- Kirkus Reviews

"Rich character development, corporate deception and plot twists are blended together to create a great book by a master storyteller. Those interested in Pennsylvania's energy resources and the current drilling activity in the Marcellus Shale will be fascinated." - Cheryl Bazzoui, WPSU Penn State Radio

In the old days wolves roamed remote, mysterious Hemlock County, Pennsylvania. Then the great hemlocks, the virgin forests, and at last the very earth itself were raped and left to die.

Now these deserted hills are being haunted by new atrocities, seemingly linked to a bonanza of natural gas. What beast or man is leaving frozen, mangled bodies in the woods? Three unlikely heroes will set out to find the answer: W.T. "Racks" Halvorsen, retired oilfield worker and ex-hunter; Becky Benning, twelve-year-old who knows only she can save her dying brother . . . with magic; and Leah Friedman, a New York physician who suspects the truth behind the killings. Their search is eerily shadowed by that of the Silver Wolf, whose reintroduced pack, deep in the Wilderness, is threatened once more by mankind's ferocity.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781937997403
Publisher: Northampton House
Publication date: 01/25/2014
Series: Hemlock County Series , #3
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

DAVID POYER grew up in the hills of Western Pennsylvania. Millions of copies of his thirty-plus books are in print, and his novels have been translated into Japanese, Dutch, and Italian. His most enduring body of work, however, may be his Hemlock County series, set in a Faulknerian Western Pennsylvania. They are The Dead of Winter, Winter in the Heart, As the Wolf Loves Winter, and Thunder on the Mountain. Poyer teaches in the Creative Writing Program at Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
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