The Dogs of Snoqualmie A fast-flowing river in the Snoqualmie Valley cuts a channel of intrigue between the Cascade Mountains and rainy Seattle. Here is the fertile setting for an intricate novel from master storyteller Calvin Miller, who uses a brilliant dash of fantasy to convey his socially aware view of spiritual truth. — In lives that might otherwise not connect, ... more »a series of murders begins to link a buttoned-down psychiatrist, a widowed lumber industry maven, a divorced police officer, a charismatic lady reverend, an environmentalist whose supporters believe more in Mother Earth than Father God, and others.
Amidst the drama, a demented priest and a mysterious wolf emerge separately from the mountains to befriend these darkened people, who needed healing even before the string of local middle-class killings began. In strangely compelling ways, Father Peter and the silvery-coated wolf called Kinta take the Seattleites to the edge of faith and reason, hoping to bring forth a peaceable kingdom.
The reader's intrigue is more that just entertainment, for the book is also a brave call to all who read it to celebrate the sacred existence of all that God has made.« less