Spirit Wolf

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Center Point Large Print, 1987 - Fiction - 191 pages
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From Spur Award-winning novelist Gary Svee -- a tale set in the untamed Montana frontier at the turn of the century, where the ways of man and nature clash in the hunt for a killer...

In the dead of winter, Nashua Brue ventures into the wilderness to track and kill a wolf that has been slaughtering cattle on area ranches. At stake -- a $500 bounty on the wolf's head which brings out dozens of men for the hunt. Some of the men are friends and neighbors, others are not, but they all listen intently to the legend of the white wolf and the eyes that mesmerize you before it moves in for the kill.

Nashua knows fear, but finds it more in the hard looks and greedy smiles of the strangers on the hunt. He shoulders his rifle and prepares to face down the fearsome creature that has terrorized the land, but soon suspects that the true killers are walking on two legs.

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NEW LARGE PRINT BOOKS AT HASTINGS AND KEMSEY SHIRE LIBRARIES
SPIRIT WOLF. L/TATE. TATE,JUNE. EVERY TIME YOU SAY GOODBYE. L/TAYL. TAYLOR,JENNIFER. RAPID RESPONSE. L/TEMT. TEMTE,MYRNA. SEVEN MONTHS AND COUNTING.. L/THOM ...
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About the author (1987)

Gary Svee grew up along the banks of the Yellowstone, Stillwater, and Rosebud rivers in Montana. He has written for "The Billings Gazette" and "The Missoulian," and is the author of the acclaimed novels "Spirit Wolf, Showdown at Buffalo Jump" (formerly titled "Incident at Pishkin Creek), The Peacemaker's Vengeance," and "Single Tree." He recently won the 2001 Spur Award for Best Western Short Fiction for his story "All or Nothing." He lives in Billings, Montana.

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