A Ghost in the Water by Terry GlavinA Ghost in the Water by Terry Glavin

A Ghost in the Water

byTerry Glavin

Paperback | January 1, 1994

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A strange prehistoric giant, rarely seen and little understood, haunts the depths of the Fraser River. It is the Fraser River white sturgeon, the largest freshwater fish in North America, and it is facing extinction. A Ghost in the Water is about the sturgeon and its ancient relationship with the people who live in the river valley.A Ghost in the Water is the first book in the Transmontanus series, which explores the relationship between people and the landscape in what has come to be known as British Columbia.
Terry Glavin is the author of A Death Feast in Dimlahamid and Nemiah: The Unconquered Country.
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Title:A Ghost in the WaterFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9 × 8 × 0.2 inPublished:January 1, 1994Publisher:NEW STAR BOOKSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0921586388

ISBN - 13:9780921586388

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Terry Glavin offers an enthralling and disturbing work surrounding a natural mystery. Sturgeons, 12 to 20 feet long and capable of living for a century or more have been washing ashore dead, since the early 1990s. Yet there is nothing evidential in their systems that might have killed them. Attempting to solve this bizarre puzzle, Transmontanus 1: A Ghost in the Water incorporates biology, cryptozoology, zoology, adventure, poetry, history, myth and tragedy. Rich with detail about the scientifically unknown sturgeon, this book is a fascinating exploration of our feelings about wildlife in general.