Wolf winter

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William Morrow, 1988 - Fiction - 558 pages
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Ragna Johansen's husband, Jan, died mysteriously, killed on a mission to the Finnish-Soviet Border. Now, Ragna finds herself attracted to two men: Jan's old comrade, Halvard, and liberal journalist Rolf Berg. On a perilous journey through the Arctic wastes, she discovers that one of them is the Soviet responsible for her husband's death--and willing to kill again.

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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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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

Contents

North Norway January 1945
13
February 1960
27
January 1963
135
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Clare Francis is the author of the bestselling novels Night Sky, Red Crystal, and Wolf Winter as well as the nonfiction bestsellers Come Hell or High Water, Come Wind or Weather, and The Commanding Sea. A Dark Devotion is the third Clare Francis novel to be published by Soho, after Deceit and Betrayal. She lives in London.

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