No place for wolverines
|Central - Adult Detective||D BUTLE||Available|
404 pages ; 21 cm.
"When Jenny Willson initiates a covert inquiry into a proposed ski hill in Yoho National Park, she's quickly drawn into a web of political, environmental, and criminal intrigue that threatens to tear apart a small B.C. town, pitting neighbour against neighbour, friend against friend, and family against family. After a wolverine researcher dies in a mysterious fire, Willson forms an uneasy alliance with an RCMP corporal and an Idaho-based investigative journalist to expose the truth behind the ski hill project. With characteristic tenacity, she discovers that perception differs from reality. Willson ends up in a showdown with the American proponent, her own agency, and the political puppeteers who pull strings in the shadows. Willson must decide if she's willing to risk her career - and perhaps her life and the lives of those close to her - to reveal what lurks in the darkness."--,Provided by publisher.
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APA Citation (style guide)
Butler, D. (2018). No place for wolverines . Dundurn.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Butler, Dave, 1958-. 2018. No Place for Wolverines. Toronto: Dundurn.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Butler, Dave, 1958-. No Place for Wolverines Toronto: Dundurn, 2018.MLA Citation (style guide)
Butler, Dave. No Place for Wolverines Dundurn, 2018.
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