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Summer of the Red Wolf

Written by: Morris West
Narrated by: Stanley McGeagh
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From one of the 20th century's most acclaimed and popular authors.

A famous writer travels to the remote, windswept islands of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides looking for peace of mind and a chance to dispel his inner demons. 

On the way, a car accident throws him together with the raven-haired Doctor Kathleen McNeil. He also falls in with the Red Wolf, a man who lives by the old codes - some of them violent. As a love triangle develops, the refined, civilised writer finds himself pitted against the rough-hewn man of nature.

Summer of the Red Wolf is an epic story for a modern age - a fast-paced narrative in a rugged landscape, driven by the timeless themes of love and jealousy.

©1971 The Morris West Collection (P)2004 Bolinda Publishing

Critic Reviews

"Uncommon skills as a storyteller." (The Scotsman)

"A tale with a haunting quality." (The Guardian Journal)

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  • Luis Simoes
  • 04-11-21

Excellent !

Let me start with the reading of the book: a wonderful experience ! The narrator did a fantastic work and created with it an immersive experience
The story: as always with Morris West it is a deep analysis of the human soul!