A Tiger Heart Wrapp'd in a Woman's Hide

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In the Sundarban swamp of Southern India, when man-eating tigers threaten the teak loggers, Nirojan, the shaman, protects them through his talisman to Bonobibi, the gentle forest goddess. But in the face of man's never-ending greed can a simple talisman placate a goddess?

Includes the short story: The Lady of Ashuelot

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About Karen L. Abrahamson

Karen Abrahamson wrote her first poem at age six. Since then she has written and sold poetry and short fiction. In her words, “a bad day of writing is still better than the best moments of working for a living”.

After a wandering youth that took her across North America countless times, she currently lives in the Metro Vancouver area of Canada.
 
An inveterate traveler, amateur photographer, and a fan of old maps, Karen keeps a loaded backpack to hand because she never knows when she might meet a destination she can't refuse.

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Review by: gypsyldy on Jan. 24, 2011 :
With a few deft strokes, Abrahamson transports you deep into the jungle. You feel the moisture of the rain on your face, are torn by the juxtaposition of technology that threatens the traditional way of life, and know the terror of one who has angered the gods.
"A Tiger Heart Wrapp'd in a Woman's Hide" is a gripping read--one whose impact lingers with you, long after the end of the story.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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