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    Jonathan Wilkes, a computer genius and program inventor who has worked for the Pentagon for ten years, is returning to upstate New York for reconciliation with his parents. But on the way, he is attacked by a dangerous predator. After recovering from his injuries, he meets Susan Morehouse, assistant supervisor of the Department of Indigenous Animal Control (DIAC). Both of them are searching for answers to the same question: Who is behind the release of wolves into the Adirondack Park, and why? Jonathan and Susan, along with three others—one the mother of a wolf-attack victim—join together to find the answers. Their investigation leads them all the way to the New York governor’s mansion and a secret file room. Leaving armed with new information, the team must stay alive long enough to apprehend the powerful people involved and make the Adirondack Park safe again. The rampaging wolf packs have overpopulated the area, invading human territory and endangering nearly a million people. And these predators are not normal. They were chemically altered for maximum aggression. While people in the Adirondack Mountains are struggling to survive the dangers coming from the woods, the main characters must follow-through with a daring plan. The reader finds himself in the middle of an action-packed plot, with people being hunted by wolves, a network of criminals working together, and a prize worth billions of dollars! The reader will find main characters involved in a rescue operation, venturing the halls of the New York state legislature, and being pursued by murderous thugs in a terrifying high-speed car chase. Year of the Wolf is a tale of human greed, unspeakable cruelty, and great heroism in the face of danger. It even has an unforgettable double ending!

    Detalhes do Produto

      • Ano de Edição: 2016
      • Ano:  2016
      • País de Produção: Canada
      • Código de Barras:  2001044809411
      • ISBN:  9781512721454

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