Hoot to Kill

Hoot to Kill Most biologists believe the worst thing about field biology is watching everything else have sex except you Robyn Devara is no exception In the remote logging town of Marten Valley Robyn knows she s

  • Title: Hoot to Kill
  • Author: Karen Dudley
  • ISBN: 9780888012913
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hoot to Kill

    Most biologists believe the worst thing about field biology is watching everything else have sex except you Robyn Devara is no exception In the remote logging town of Marten Valley, Robyn knows she s not likely to win popularity contests, much less get any dates After all, she s there to survey the old growth forest for spotted owls, and, if she finds any of the endangeMost biologists believe the worst thing about field biology is watching everything else have sex except you Robyn Devara is no exception In the remote logging town of Marten Valley, Robyn knows she s not likely to win popularity contests, much less get any dates After all, she s there to survey the old growth forest for spotted owls, and, if she finds any of the endangered birds, it s going to mean big changes for the people of Marten Valley.

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    One thought on “Hoot to Kill

    1. Emily Crow

      Set in a logging town in British Columbia, this is a mystery novel in which biologist Robyn Devara stumbles across a corpse while searching for spotted owls. In the tradition of amateur sleuths everywhere, she decides that since she found the body, she owes it to the victim to find the killer too, and starts nosing around and asking questions. I'm giving the book an extra star for the environmental focus, but other than that, it wasn't that good. The writing was stilted, there were tons of clich [...]

    2. Kelly Allard

      Mystery isn't my normal genre, in fact I read this for a class. But I have to say, I was impressed by the voice of Dudley's Robyn Devara. An easy read, I plowed through it all on New Year's Day. I would have rated it higher, but certain things were very obvious and the mystery itself was relatively easy to put together once the obvious culprit was introduced into the story. All in all, despite the very obvious "twist" the writing was very good and kept me from tossing the book aside after it all [...]

    3. Julia

      Another 3.5 rating!Heroine Robyn finds herself in the middle of a nasty fight between loggers and environmentalists determined to save the spotted owl. Robyn's job is to see if the sighting of a spotted owl is real and if there is a breeding colony, which puts her smack in the middle of the controversy.I enjoyed the setting - the BC old growth forest - and Robyn's sense of humour. A fun read.

    4. Arlene Richards

      It was a good mystery story, but it had an added feature for me because the heroine was a marine biologist that specialized in birds. I learned something about owls.

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