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Urance adventure and will that speeds along like the best fiction Bob Butz author of Beast of Never Cat of God They called it The Arctic Circle War It was a forty eight day manhunt across the harshest terrain in the world the likes of which we will never see again The uarry Albert Johnson was a loner working a string of traps in the far reaches of Canada's Northwest Territories where winter temperatures average forty degrees below zero The chase began when two Mounties came to ask Johnson about allegations that he had interfered with a neighbo. This is definitely a worthwhile read This book is actually three different parts

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