Victoria Houston

The Hayward Library Foundation

invites you to meet

Victoria Houston

author of the Loon Lake Mystery Series featuring fishing and dead bodies in the Northwoods. Skeletal remains, a murder, a hidden river deep in the national forest, a dangerous wolf rendezvous site against a backdrop of fishing. Perfect.

Thursday, October 23rd

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

The Steakhouse, Hayward

Tickets are $20 in advance / $22 at the door

Appetizers, Cash Bar, Door Prizes

Proceeds benefit the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library

Tickets available at Redbery Books, Hayward Fly Fishing Company and the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library

Dead Lil Hustler Victoria Houston
Houston will be signing books following the program.  Because Redbery is a partner in making this event possible, the author will be signing books on sale at the event or pre-purchased from Redbery Books.  Thank you for understanding.

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    Wolves have lived on Isle Royale for over half a century. But, because they have lived in isolation on the island national park surrounded by Lake Superior for so long, their genetic diversity has suffered. It's gotten so bad that pups are stillborn. In other words, the wolves of Isle Royale are slowly dying out. The alpha wolves of the island's largest pack have decided to do something about it. They know what will save their pack they must escape from the island, mix their blood with other wolves and the only way to do this is by boat. Of course, wolves can't run boats. People can, though. How can the wolves communicate this to the humans? The alphas know a way, and lure key humans into supernatural bondage as werewolves. All of this doesn't take into account that Isle Royale is replete with scientists and volunteers studying the island ecology, friends of the people turned to werewolves who are searching for them, odd boat schedules, the pack's own internal power dynamics, vagaries of wind and weather, and myriad other problems causing the balance between survival and extinction to teeter back and forth. Will the wolves escape? Will they survive?

 

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