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Publisher's Summary

Du Pre remembers when you could send animal skins to Sears Roebuck and get merchandise in return. Now the wolves are gone from the mountains, and outsiders want them back. The trouble is, a tussle over wildlife is getting people killed.

First, two activists die by a sniper's rifle. Then four more lives are snuffed out as a brutal winter storm barrels down on a carnival of Feds, reporters, and protestors. Du Pre knows one of his own people must be behind the bloodletting, and that in this rugged land, you don't quit hunting until you're dead.

©1996 Peter Bowen (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

What listeners say about Wolf, No Wolf: A Montana Mystery featuring Gabriel Du Pré, Book 3

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too much cussing

I think that it would of been better if it weren't for the swearing. Ii seems that you were making fun of the native Americans.

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The First Two Were Good

This third installment just came off as stupid. I enjoyed them before, but this one took a nose dive, with the characters looking like idiots.

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Treehuggers need not apply

The controversy over reintroduction of wolves to various western states is still ongoing. It was interesting to read an interpretation favoring the ranchers’ perspective, however as one who sympathizes with wolves, it was distasteful at times. It was kind of funny that the characters seemed more sympathetic to man-eating grizzlies...I like the grizzlies as well, from a distance.

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Reader not very good

The reader is not very good compared to other reader of this series
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fun listenonh

good listening, Damn. good book. gonna see if he wrote others. y o U r

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Good story

I started finding the story difficult to follow because of time. I couldn't tell if days or months had past from segment or chapter. Dates are not mentioned as a frame of reference. But the story unfolds and time didn't matter so much