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  • Jo Fletcher Books

Panther in Argyll

Lisa Tuttle

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Prose: non-fiction, Fantasy

Danni has discovered she has a secret talent: she doesn't just understand animals - she can become them too! A unique and inventive story by an award-winning writer.

When Danni chooses to spend the school holidays with her godmother, Claire, she thinks she will find a kindred spirit. She doesn't bank on meeting the mysterious Finlay Black, or Claire being on the look-out for the Panther of Argyll, the legendary beast which supposedly roams the woods around her cottage.

And she doesn't bank on discovering that she has the 'animal spirit'. This rare and unique ability not only gives Danni a special empathetic link with animals - but the ability to become them!

But there is a price for letting the animal within loose.

Panthers are wild, primal, strong . . . and most of all, they are free. So why would Danni remain human when all of this is within her grasp?

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Lisa Tuttle

Lisa Tuttle was born and raised in Austin, Texas, but moved to Britain in the 1980s. Her first novel, Windhaven, co-written with George R.R. Martin, was followed by a dozen fantasy, science fiction and horror adult and YA novels, and hundreds of award-winning short stories, collected in several volumes. She now lives with her writer husband and their daughter on the side of a Scottish loch.

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