Book Three in the Alaskan Series
From the book jacket:
"What's a Siberian tiger doing in Alaska? And why did it become a man-eater? For Alaska State Fish and Wildlife Protection Officers Jake and Julie MacDonald, answering those questions is the least of their worries!
Partners in life and one the job, the most dangerous thing they normally had to deal with was arresting heavily armed poachers in the middle of nowhere with no backup.
But this latest assignment is something out of a horror movie: stopping a man-eating tiger who is terrorizing a remote village. And, as usual, Jake and Julie are on their own."
Paperback. 266 pages.