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The cover for this book fits the story perfectly. And that bear is terrifying. I can’t think of many things more terrifying to be eaten by except maybe a shark.
I enjoyed the Indian mysticism aspect of the book. Their connection to Mother Earth is deeply ingrained in their beliefs and it sure lends to the mystery, which I found fascinating.
I expected this to be a bit gory and would have been disappointed if it wasn’t. It’s also oozing with creepy atmosphere. I liken it to walking down a dimly lit empty street, shrouded by moist fog. What lurks in the shadows. I couldn’t wait to see what happened next and also worried about what would happen next.
The characters read genuine, flaws and all, and the bear is something else. Loved this book and it would be such a great movie.
Anyone who loves a good mystery with bits of horror will enjoy this one. I recommend you give it a read.
"Glenn was proud of his position as chief ranger, but the adjustment from being out on the streets to jockeying a desk had not been an easy one to make. On the day of his promotion, a retiring ranger had told Glenn, “The Niagara River is just as calm below the falls as above… but the transition can kill you.”
"Once you'd been in the business awhile, you lost faith in your ability to make a difference."
"Climbing the ladder of authority in the Park Service, like ascending any corporate or political structure, required less attention to detail and far more general viciousness. You had to claw at those above, kick at those below, and pray to whatever god was currently on the throne that you didn't fall off."
"If ` ifs' and ` buts' were candy and nuts, we'd all have a merry Christmas."
I will re-read this story and look forward to other works by these authors.