Crooked Tree by Robert Wilson


Why are the normally docile black bears now no longer afraid of humans? Why are they attacking, even when unprovoked? Is anyone controlling them? Can local attorney Axel Michelson, who lives on the edge of the national forest, where many of the bears live in their normal habitat, figure out the legend of the bear walk – and could it actually be true, as many Native Americans still believe?

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Dark illustrated paperback covers with black spine. Edge wear & corner bumps. Light soiling along page edges otherwise clean, tight pages & binding. Published by University of Michigan Press with Petosky Publishing Company in 2006. Literature. Measures 9×6 with 372 pages. Good.


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