They are: Halvard Starheim, a veteran explorer, torn by the deaths of his friends and his love for a beautiful woman; Regina Johansen, the exquisitely attractive widow of one of the dead men, on a desperate search for love and fulfillment; and Rolf Berg, a brilliant Norwegian journalist whose secret other life holds the key to a deadly conspiracy.
The quest for truth will lead them to a final confrontation in the freezing wastes of an Arctic "Wolf Winter".
© Clare Francis; (P) Macmillan Publishers Ltd
"Move over Frederick Forsyth and Hammond Innes." (Sunday Telegraph)
You can learn as much from a terrible book as a brilliantly written one.
Wolfwinter wasn't what I expected. I was expecting the story to be about a person being stranded in the wilderness. But I still think it's a good book. Clare Francis used lots of descriptive word that makes the reader into the story. It's a good book. Try it out!
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