THE LORD’S TUSKS
by Jeff Ulin
Big game hunter Richard Keeton unexpectedly finds himself in line to inherit a British Lordship, but with the family’s wealth in tatters Richard cannot afford the lifestyle commensurate with his pending title. Hell-bent on restoring riches, Richard realizes he can make a fortune poaching animals. With the help of Alijah, a tribesman, he’s soon secretly slaughtering animals and taking kickbacks to build a network smuggling rhino horns and elephant tusks. Richard’s poaching ring comes under threat when Michael Sandburg, an American researcher, starts dating his stepdaughter and becomes suspicious.
What will Michael do if he discovers the truth and has to choose between his future family and a newfound mission to protect endangered animals at all costs?
Jeffrey Ulin’s thrilling adventure weaves romance and intrigue against the tragedy of driving species toward extinction.
“An absorbing and highly enjoyable work. Don’t begin to read this book if you are pushed for time, as you’ll find it hard to put down once you start.” –David Philips, author of The Judas Conspiracy.
“Full disclosure, I am in love with Africa, her endless vistas, her majestic wildlife, broad savannahs and her people. The Lord’s Tusks transported me back to all of it. Jeff Ulin’s description of an elephant’s eye is more than worth the price on the stunning cover.” Bill Schweitzer, author of Doves in a Tempest
About Jeff Ulin
After majoring in anthropology at Harvard, Jeff Ulin traveled to Africa volunteering with a unit capturing endangered rhinos and moving them to sanctuary areas. He jokes that stint prepared him for working on Indiana Jones, but it was his training in entertainment law that landed him on Skywalker Ranch working for George Lucas. After managing global sales/distribution for Star Wars, Jeff co-founded and ran animation studio Wild Brain where he created Disney’s hit Higglytown Heroes. Raised in Kansas City and Boston, Jeff spent many years working in California and has also lived as an expat in London, The Hague, and Mallorca. In addition to writing fiction, Jeff is the author of The Business of Media Distribution.
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