Dyed in the Green

Dyed in the Green

A Novel

Book - 2014
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"National Park Warden Ben Matthews expected challenges with his new posting at Cape Breton Highlands. But he got more than he bargained for. Facing a notorious poacher with a reputation for letting nothing get in his way, and the local communities who viewed poaching as part of their way of life. Ben and the park wardens are drawn into an intricate game of 'cat and mouse' that takes a turn no one could have imagined" - - back cover.
Publisher: North Saanich, British Columbia :, George Mercer,, 2014
ISBN: 9780987975409
Branch Call Number: FIC MER
Characteristics: 361 p. ; 22 cm


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Mar 05, 2017

This book was an excellent surprise and a true page-turner. Clearly informed by the author who has lived the life of a park warden, Dyed In The Green opens an insiders view into the world of national park wardens in Canada that is not well known outside its community. Reading this book is an education into the role and the difficult challenges and lack of resources confronting park wardens. I would bet that most Canadians know very little about the law enforcement role that Park Wardens play or just how precarious is the protection the parks provide. However, reading this book is not only eye-opening, I found it far more gripping and engaging than most bestselling thrillers because of its depiction of the very real life dangers unarmed wardens can face when confronting heavily armed poachers.

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