When brutal killings suddenly increase, the mayor blames wild dogs, ignoring sightings of mutated bears, small in size, intelligent, immensely strong, that have come down from the mountains and hunt in packs. Deaths mount until the final bloody confrontation between man and beast. "Lots of gore, a nicely controlled pace." - Kirkus Reviews "Believably frightening." -Rocky Mountain News
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- David Dvorkin, May 2010
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