Jaga Na Kala

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AuthorHouse, Feb 10, 2011 - Fiction - 392 pages
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Alone in the Canadian wilderness in the 1620's, after her father's death; Ruth has to learn how to survive. During the first winter she befriends a wolf and gives him the name of Zak. She soon has a pack of wolves, and learns to hunt with them. Contact with the local Indians brings with it communication problems. Because she has a pack of wolves, the Indian's give her the name Jaga na Kala - Mother of Wolves. When trappers murder one of the Indians she has to determine which of three trappers caused the death of one of the Indians.


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John Bacon has been an electronic engineer for most of his life. He served twelve years in the Royal Air Force and had items published in the RAF News. Since the age of thirty he has been in manufacturing engineering in R&D ending up in quality and test. Now retired, he has taken writing more seriously; Jaga na Kala is one of his books.

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