People of the Wolf (Mass Market Paperbound)

By W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O'Neal Gear

Tor Books, 9780812521337, 435pp.

Publication Date: January 15, 1992

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Description

In the dawn of history, a valiant people forged a pathway from an old world into a new one. Led by a dreamer who followed the spirit of the wolf, a handful of courageous men and women dared to cross the frozen wastes to find an untouched, unspoiled continent. Set in what is now Alaska, this is the magnificent saga of the vision-filled man who led his people to an awesome destiny, and the courageous woman whose love and bravery drove them on in pursuit of that dream.

A sweeping epic of prehistory, "People of the Wolf "is another compelling novel in the majestic North America's Forgotten Past series from "New York Times" and "USA Today "bestselling authors W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear.



About the Author

Kathleen O'Neal Gear is a former state historian and archaeologist for Wyoming, Kansas, and Nebraska for the U.S. Department of the Interior. She has twice received the federal government's Special Achievement Award for ""outstanding management"" of our nation's cultural heritage. W. Michael Gear holds a master's degree in archaeology and has worked as a professional archaeologist since 1978. He is principal investigator for Wind River Archaeological Consultants. Together they have written the North America's Forgotten Past series (People of the Songtrail, People of the Morning Star, People of the Mist, People of the Wolf, among others); and the Anasazi Mysteries series. The Gears live in Thermopolis, WY.


Praise For People of the Wolf

"Provides a realistic insight into the prehistoric world as it was , and does so with a gripping intensity and narrative drive that will please any reader of any genre. Don't miss it." --Rave Reviews on People of the Wolf

"A passionate story out of the misty, iced past, a peek at our distant ancestors in a virgin world." --Richard Wheeler, author of The Far Tribes on People of the Wolf

"This rich, more than believable novel is for anyone who has ever wondered who was here when the country was new--and for anyone who can enjoy good stories told late at night around a mountainside campfire." --Stephen A. Chomko, Interagency Archeologist, National Park Service on People of the Wolf



"Provides a realistic insight into the prehistoric world as it was, and does so with a gripping intensity and narrative drive."

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