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Savage Hunger by Terry Spear
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Aug 29, 2012

really liked it

4.25 out of 5. A novel set in the Amazon region of South American that tells the story of two jaguar shifters, a brother and sister, and their encounter with a retired Army captain, her on-going experience as a part of their "family" and the true dangers that live embodied by the drug cartels. This is a story of family loyalty, genuine concern and honorable interaction who are important to Connor, the local natives who look upon Connor and his sister as Jaguar god and goddesses, and his respect for all life, even that of a brutalized Army captain, Kathleen McKnight. It is also an insightful look at the ways of the drug cartels, the pain and suffering they perpetrate to meet their obsession with money and power. And lastly, it is a small but edgy look at a government and military who are willing to use anything and anybody, good people all, just to achieve their military goals. A really terrific read and one that deserves alot of attention.

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