Jennifer Davis finds Big Black, her beloved black wolf, half buried in the snow and near death. It is then she notices his left front paw, or the absence of it. In near panic she brings her wolf friend back to her home where her parents have a warm fire burning in preparation for the canine visitor. The Black Wolf is a novel of struggle to return the wolf to some form of normalcy with an untried p...
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Mad8 Publishing (August 19, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
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o replace his missing appendage, of heartache at the loss of a number of canine friends at the hands of unscrupulous hunters, and the rewards of successful events in the life of Jennifer, Big Black, and the other members of the wolf pack on the Davis' property on Manitoulin Island on the north shore of one of the five Great Lakes in the northern USA and mid eastern Canada, Lake Huron. On going battles with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, the local Ontario Provincial Police, the College of Veterinary Medicine in Guelph, Ontario and a general hatred of the wolf, keep the story moving exploring wolf culture, major canine surgery and development of magical Ojibwa paste made from mystical white poppies. Jennifer's struggles to return the wolf to his natural roll as alpha leader of the pack, a budding romance and subsequent double marriage are but a few of the many exciting twists to The Black Wolf. Some questions that remained unanswered after the first novel in the series, Jennifer's Boots, will be answered in The Black Wolf. However, more questions will arise leaving you anxious for answers you will find in book three, Running Fawn's Legacy, to be released in late 2011. One question answered in book three is the true identity of the black wolf and why he acts so unlike that of a normal wolf.