James Swan


James A. Swan, Ph.D is the Co-Executive Producer of the hit reality TV series "Wild Justice" on the National Geographic Channel. He is a former American Public Health Association Homer N. Calver Memorial Lecturer and the author and/or co-author of 10 award-winning non-fiction books about environmental psychology published world-wide in four languages, including two Book of the Month Club selections. His 2010 co-authored book, WAR IN THE WOODS, con-authored with CA game warden John Nores, Jr., has been optioned for a feature film or TV series. He was a senior columnist for ESPNOutdoors.com for 10 years, and currently frequently writes for The Outdoor Wire, as well as freelancing. James has taught ecology and psychology at the Universities of Michigan, W. Washington State, Oregon and Washington; and worked with three psychology graduate schools. He has consulted about environmental situations crime with a number of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies since the early 1970's. In search of the roots of kinship with nature, for four decades he studied traditional cultures in North America, Europe, East Asia and Polynesia. James has appeared as an actor in 20 feature films including "Jack," "Star Trek: First Contact" and "Murder In The First;" three dramatic TV series -- "Midnight Caller," "Jesse Hawkes," and "Nash Bridges;" and over 30 commercials and industrials. He has consulted with and appeared on the "NOVA," "Ancient Mysteries," "Sightings," and "Modern Marvels," TV series and written over 100 outdoor TV shows. More about James at: www.jamesswan.com

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Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 108,040. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural
Calling on a creative blend of ancient wisdom and modern science,US Fish and Wildlife Service Special Agent Moses Molson and some unusual allies are investigating a mysterious swarm of predator animal deaths in the vicinity of Michigan's Sleeping Bear Dunes when the clues lead to a multi-species serial killer, who turns the investigators into prey, until bigfoot and the hawk spirit get involved

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