Lost in the Woods

I left wildlife biologist Jon Østergård and his daughter, Emma, in an ambulance close to Thyrup Church in Denmark, last summer, but the story is not finished.

The real Danish wolves might have disappeared over the Danish-German border, but there are plenty more in Alaska, which is where the majority of Lost in the Woods is set.

Where Paint the Devil explored the political and social fallout surrounding the return of the wolf to Denmark, Lost in the Woods ramps up the drama and action in the backwoods of Alaska’s interior, with much of the story taking place in the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.

There is even more at stake this time around, when wolves are not the only predators.

Lost in the Woods is available for a limited pre-order price of 0.99, from Amazon US, UK, Canada and Australia.

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