Marine biologist Kathy McNeely enlists the help of an Eskimo tribe and an undercover government agent to stop an illegal ivory-poaching operation in Alaska that threatens the walrus population. By the author of The Ice. 15,000 first printing. Reader's Digest Cond Bks.
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Bird biologist Kathy McNeely, heroine of The Ice (LJ 2/15/91), gets involved with an ivory-poaching gang while traveling from Antarctica to Alaska. As in Charbonneau's previous "eco-thriller,'' the ... Read full review
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