The Magnificent Siberian

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Ulverscroft, 1997 - Fiction - 592 pages
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American biologist Chris Harmon is a specialist in big cats. He travels to Siberia to work on a research project sanctioned by Moscow - but soon realises that, to save the magnificent tigers, he must combat not only poachers, but also a core of hardline Communists yearning for a return to power. And they will stop at nothing to achieve it.

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Bloodless stereotypes, a blurred focus, and implausible coincidences blight the promise of this preachy eco-thriller from the author of White Harvest (1994), etc. Here, homicidal reactionaries use an ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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