Rutting Season by Roy Ness

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High profile eco warrior Hannah Weinberg is camped with her team in the remote mountains of the Yukon, about to put Grizzly Watch into action, to confront and film wealthy trophy hunters in the last undisturbed habitat of the grizzly bear.
Dan MacKay, unemployed, down on his luck, living in a small First Nation community, is hunting moose on the Macmillan River.
A spell of foul weather throws them together in one of the most wild, forbidding, beautiful landscapes on Earth.
It's that time of year when seasons change and passions run high, when life can be exciting and death can be around the next bend of the river. It's rutting season.

About Roy Ness

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Roy Ness writes and teaches gardening and greenhousing at his home near Whitehorse, Yukon where he lives with his wife, four horses and Wayne the dog.
Published July 27, 2012 by CreateSpace. 366 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Raz, Dan’s loyal, well-trained hunting dog, expresses his own feelings and insight about “his Dan” and the new girl, Hannah.

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