Wolf Winter

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Pan Macmillan UK, Jan 4, 1989 - Fiction - 560 pages
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The deadly chill of winter would drive out something far more lethal than a wolf...

In the chill of the Cold War, two Norwegians are shot dead after straying into Soviet wilderness, killings that will bind together three people in a web of treachery and passion: Halvard Starheim, veteran explorer, torn by the deaths of his friends and his love for a beautiful woman, Ragna Johansen, the exquisitely attractive widow of one of the dead men on a desperate search for love and fulfilment, Rolf Berg, brilliant Norwegian journalist whose secret other life holds the key to a deadly conspiracy.

The mission for the truth will lead them to a final confrontation in the freezing wastes of an Arctic wolf winter...

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When Norwegian mountain climber Jan Johansen is killed in an incident on the Russian-Finnish border, his widow, Ragna, is drawn into a series of events with roots in World War II which set the stage ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katherine Quirke - Goodreads

I read this many years ago - I remember it to be a fantastic thriller that I am certain that some flash backs that pertain to global warming are from this book. I have put it on my re-read list. Read full review

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About the author (1989)

Clare Francis is the author of eleven international bestsellers, including Homeland, Deceit, Betrayal and A Death Divided. She has also written three non-fiction books about her voyages across the oceans of the world. She lives in London.

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