Claw

  • Title: Claw
  • Author: Ken Eulo Joe Mauck
  • ISBN: 9780312955953
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • Claw At night a pound Siberian tiger makes an impossible leap from his seemingly impenetrable cage and drags a woman to her death The beast is called Rajah and possesses an almost supernatural intelli
    At night, a 700 pound Siberian tiger makes an impossible leap from his seemingly impenetrable cage and drags a woman to her death The beast is called Rajah and possesses an almost supernatural intelligence Now, as Rajah roams a panic stricken city, it s up to Dr Meg Brewster, veterinarian at the L.A Zoo, to stop his rampage of violence.

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