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The otter of death

Betty Webb

The otter of death

a Gunn Zoo mystery

by Betty Webb

  • 289 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Murder,
  • Investigation,
  • Zoo keepers,
  • Zoos,
  • Otters,
  • Zoo animals,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBetty Webb
    SeriesGunn Zoo mystery
    The Physical Object
    Pagination265 pages
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26954713M
    ISBN 101464209901, 1464209928
    ISBN 109781464209901, 9781464209925
    LC Control Number2017954240
    OCLC/WorldCa1020211533

    Get this from a library! The otter of death: a Gunn Zoo mystery. [Betty Webb] -- While taking the yearly "otter count" at a marsh near Gunn Landing Harbor, California, zookeeper Theodora Bentley sees Maureen, her favorite otter, swimming around clutching someone's expensive.   Drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury death in children between the ages of 1 through 14 in the United States alone. Through Josh the Otter book reading programs, children are taught the most basic and retainable lesson – to stay away from water if .

      Otter as Pet: It was in when the narrator travelled to Iraq. After the death of his pet dog, he wanted to have a new pet. But this time, he decided to keep an otter instead of a dog. A friend advised him to get an otter in the Tigris marshes. They were found in large numbers there. They were often tamed and kept by the Arabs.   Betty Webb has created a fast-paced, light-hearted series that's just plain fun to read, and-- I'm happy to say-- The Otter of Death is the best of the bunch (so far). Personal relationships loom large in this book, with Teddy and Joe still having issues .

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The books are great fun to read, with lots of interesting facts about zoos, animals, animal behavior, ecology, and science mixed in. The book covers are amazing. In THE OTTER Of DEATH, a sea otter is floating on its back with a cell phone in its hands (whoops, I mean paws!)/5(24). The book covers are amazing.

In THE OTTER Of DEATH, a sea otter is floating on its back with a cell phone in its hands (whoops, I mean paws!). With vivid detail and The otter of death book, the covers alone are worth the price of the book. Other series titles have the same amazing covers with a llama, an anteater, a puffin and a koala/5(24).

The books are great fun to read, with lots of interesting facts about zoos, animals, animal behavior, ecology, and science mixed in. The book covers are amazing. In THE OTTER Of DEATH, a sea otter is floating on its back with a cell phone in its hands (whoops, I mean paws!)/5. While taking the yearly “otter count” at a marsh near Gunn Landing Harbor, California, zookeeper Theodora Bentley sees Maureen, her favorite otter, swimming around clutching someone’s expensive smartphone.

When Teddy rescues the device, she discovers a photograph of a murder-in-progress. A hasty search soon turns up the still-warm body of Stuart Booth, PhD, a local Marine Biology. The book covers are amazing. In THE OTTER Of DEATH, a sea otter is floating on its back with a cell phone in its hands (whoops, I mean paws!).

With vivid detail and color, the covers alone are worth the price of the book. Other series titles have the same amazing /5. The Anteater of Death (Book 1) The Koala of Death (Book 2) The Llama of Death (Book 3) The Puffin of Death (Book 4) The Otter of Death (Book 5) Praise for the Gunn Zoo series: "'High Society meets Zoo Quest.' I've always been a sucker for zoos, so I also relished the animal details in this highly enjoyable read.".

The book covers are amazing. In THE OTTER Of DEATH, a sea otter is floating on its back with a cell phone in its hands (whoops, I mean paws!). With vivid detail and color, the covers alone are worth the price of the book. Other series titles have the same amazing covers with a llama, an anteater, a puffin and a koala/5(11).

Alarmed by Teddy's meddling, Booth's killer fights back - first with a death threat, then via gunshot. Theodora 'Teddy' Bentley, a zookeeper at the Gunn Zoo, is helping with an annual otter count when one of her particularly friendly otters shows up with a cell phone under its fin.

Teddy Bentley is back in the U.S. after her adventures in The Puffin of Death. And, the zookeeper is as courageous and sharp as ever in B. Tarka the Otter: His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the Country of the Two Rivers is a novel by Henry Williamson, first published in by G.P.

Putnam's Sons with an introduction by the Hon. Sir John won the Hawthornden Prize inand has never been out of print since its first publication.

The novel describes the life of an otter, along with a detailed observation of its. The subtitle sums up the book neatly — it is the story of the “joyful water-life and death” of an otter in rural Devon.

But even though Tarka dies in the end. Theodora Teddy Bentley is a zookeeper in California. The Anteater of Death (A Gunn Zoo Mystery, #1), The Koala of Death (A Gunn Zoo Mystery, #2), The.

An un-sentimental book about an otter - and about hunting otters. In this remarkable book, we follow Tarka the Otter through his entire life. We are there from his first to his last breath, through the joys and trials of his life, struggling through the harshest of winters, his life alone and with other otters, as a cub and as a grown otter with cubs of his own/5.

While taking the yearly "otter count" at a marsh near Gunn Landing Harbor, California, zookeeper Theodora Bentley sees Maureen, her favorite otter, swimming around clutching someone's expensive smartphone.

When Teddy rescues the device, she discovers a photograph of a murder-in-progress. A hasty search soon turns up the still-warm body of Stuart Booth, PhD, a local Marine Biology instructor. The Otter of Death by Betty Webb Teddy is counting otters and checking for any dead ones along the coast line.

When she sees her favorite, she sees that the tool she's using to open shells is a cell phone. The Otter Of Death By Betty Webb - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers can read books before they are published, in e-galley or digital galley form.

Members register for free and can request review copies or be invited to review by the publisher. Ring of Bright Water is a British-American feature film starring Bill Travers and Virginia is a story about a Londoner and his pet otter living on the Scottish coast.

The story is fictional, but is adapted from the autobiographical book of the same name by Gavin Maxwell. It featured the stars of Born Free, another film about a close relationship between humans and a wild. The Otter of Death: A Gunn Zoo Mystery Betty Webb.

Poisoned Pen, $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author MORE BOOKS YOU'D LIKE. ADVERTISEMENT. MORE FROM PUBLISHERS. Ring of Bright Water is a book by Gavin Maxwell about his life in a remote house in coastal Scotland where he kept several wild otters as pets.

First published init became a best seller and is considered a literary masterpiece, eventually selling over two million copies. A fictionalised film of the same name was made from it and released in.

The Otter of Death () Hardcover Paperback Kindle: The Panda of Death All the books in this mystery series feature the detective Lena Jones in the lead role. The series is set in the hometown of author Betty, Scotsdale, Arizona.

Its debut novel is titled as ‘Desert Noir’, which was in the year by the Poisoned Pen publication. The Otter of Death, by Betty Webb. The fifth Gunn Zoo mystery, features—yes—a sea otter. Built around a nugget of reality (a sea otter grabbing a cell phone) Webb makes the logical jump for a mystery author.

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