Gregori Nowek, amateur violinist, former oil geologist, unwilling detective, is a man of reason. He believes in the power of truth even when the truth is inconvenient. He believes in law, even in a lawless nation. And he still holds fast to a flicker of hope; hope for the future, and hope for himself. It remains hidden waiting to be ignited by Anna Vereskaya, an American ecologist and savior to the endangered Siberian tiger.
When Anna is named the prime suspect in Ryzkhov's murder, Nowek wants to believe she is innocent. Anna has come to Siberia to study and save the great Siberian tiger. Instead she has found the dangerous edge of a brutal conspiracy that draws them both into a hunt for the truth, and a desperate race for survival.
©1997 Robin A. White; (P)1997 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House, Inc.
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"Darn good reader for a good story"
Great russian accent and all. The writer did not make me feel cold because of snow but what a chilling plot.
"BEST BOOK LIKE THIS SINCE GORKY PARK"
This book is much better than most thrillers and is a classic of its kind. Do yourself a favor and listen to it, then read it.
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