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Thylacine Conspiracy

by Bill Cromer

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The Dutchman turned his mind to his mission--find a rare tiger in the wilds of Thailand. He did not underestimate the difficulties facing him. Here, on this island, there had been many previous searches. SUs big advantage was that he knew the tiger was alive; his predecessors were sustained only by a belief that it might be.… (more)

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Enjoyable novel, makes for a good light reading book.
And, unlike most of the other thylacine novels, doesnt make you so depressed you want to slit your wrists.
  tsubgenius | Jun 16, 2006 |
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The Dutchman turned his mind to his mission--find a rare tiger in the wilds of Thailand. He did not underestimate the difficulties facing him. Here, on this island, there had been many previous searches. SUs big advantage was that he knew the tiger was alive; his predecessors were sustained only by a belief that it might be.

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