Hoot to Kill

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Shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel

Most biologists believe the worst thing about field biology is watching everything else have sex except you. Robyn Devara is no exception. In the remote logging town of Marten Valley, Robyn knows she's not likely to win popularity contests, much less get any dates. After all, she's there to survey the old-growth forest for spotted owls, and, if she finds any of the endangered birds, it's going to mean big changes for the people of Marten Valley.

As it turns out, hostile locals and militant environmentalists are the least of Robyn's problems after she discovers a body in the forest. While angry townspeople point accusing fingers at the environmentalists, Robyn isn't sure what to think...

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Shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel

"...feel-good, crack-paced, chuckly and informative..."
--Quill and Quire

"Dudley writes her characters with wit, realism and charm."
--Canadian Bookseller

"If her first novel, Hoot to Kill, is any indication, Karen Dudley...has a bright future ahead in the mystery genre."
--Winnipeg Free Press

"Karen Dudley's Hoot to Kill is a refreshing blend of murder, environmental infighting and owl lore.... the discerning reader will welcome Robyn, a bright and funny addition to Canadian crime fiction."
--Gail Bowen, author of Verdict in Blood

Karen Dudley

Karen Dudley has worked in field biology, production art, photo research, palaeo-environmental studies and archaeology. She has written four environmental mysteries and a several wildlife biology books for kids. Her Epikurean Epics, including the Aurora-nominated Food for the Gods, are historical fantasy novels set in ancient Athens. Born in France, she now lives in Winnipeg.


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