The Wolf Border: Shortlisted for the Booker Prize



'One of the finest writers at work today.' Damon Galgut
'A writer of show-stopping genius.' Guardian
'So vivid, so visceral, so vital.' Val McDermid

For almost a decade Rachel Caine has turned her back on home and worked in Idaho at a reservation for wolves. As one of the few experts in her field she is summoned back to England by the eccentric Earl of Annerdale to help with his plan for re-wilding wolves on his estate in the Lake District.

As Rachel attempts a gradual reconciliation with her estranged family, her work with the Earl begins to generate public outrage and the threat of sabotage. Set against a backdrop of Scottish independence and tumultuous power struggles both locally and nationally, The Wolf Border is a novel steeped in wilderness and wildness, both animal and human.

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