Were the brutal killings justice or murder?
By whom—or what?
Comprehension threatens to shatter him when animal control officer Nate Chee spots three massive grey dogs near the savaged bodies of a couple of animal abusers. Despite his horror of what was done to the so-called victims, Nate secretly believes justice has been exacted. His job has taught him that too many times cruel or neglectful owners don't have to pay for their actions. This time was different.
Still, it was murder. He will have no choice but to inform law enforcement of where to look for the greys.
Now that she has returned to her roots in southern Oregon, teacher Rachelle Reams is thrilled to re-connect with her step-father, a former POW. Her only concern is Joe's willingness to let the dogs he found on a Hopi reservation run free. She owes Joe so much, deeply loves the lonely old man.
When Nate tells Joe and Rachelle that he is convinced the greys are killers, Rachelle jumps to Joe's defense. The greys have given Joe's life meaning. Besides, the abusers got what they deserved.
For the dogs, life is simple. They do what primal instinct demands.
And they've just begun.
"WOW just wow, this is different from anything I ever read before. Recommend it to anyone able to take nature in the wild." ***
"A well written tale of vindictive wolves. Fast paced. Full of surprises. Yea for the wolves. If only it was a true story. If you are an animal lover, it's a must read." ***
"A very different book. I would guess every animal lover, when reading about the abuse some people heap on animals, has thought of punishment to fit the crime. But do we truly want to go there? An eye for an eye kind of justice?" ***
"I loved reading about spiritually motivated animals who connect with humans. Not supernatural but spiritually motivated by Indian legend." ***
"The main characters seemed like good people…until they lost their perspective. Even so, they were torn. To me, their decisions were just wrong."
"I struggled with the rating. Just because I was appalled by the decisions of the characters, should that be reflected in the rating? I don't know." ***
"Kinda creepy but very good." ***