Phyllis Ames loves tramping through the forests of the Pacific Northwest with camera and binoculars. Her most treasured moments are catching sight, and photos, of elusive black-tailed deer, bear cubs, coyotes, and yes, a blurry image of a cougar leaping from the roof of an abandoned cabin into a tall Douglas fir. (too blurry and indistinct to post) She is more afraid of things that go bump in the night than the shadowy depths of forest trails.
Teaser: Can a reluctant WerCougar battle her way through Wer politics to find the truth about a gene therapy cure for being Wer, and is it a cure at all, or something worse, much worse?
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