An expert animal tracker is hired to flush out her most challenging target yet: her fugitive brother.
While the intriguing plot propels BK Loren’s "Theft" forward, the richly descriptive writing and universal themes of loss and nature captivate and fill out this Western thriller.
On Friday at 12:15 p.m., Tribune reporters Ellen Weist and Kathy Stephenson along with managing editor Lisa Carricaburu join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to talk about "Theft" and what sets this novel apart during the Tribune’s monthly online book club, Utah Lit.
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