Madison author Andrea Thalasinos’ third novel “Fly By Night” follows her protagonist, biologist Amelia Drakos, from Narragansset Bay to the Mall of America to the Red Cliff Ojibwe reservation. Along the way, Amelia encounters backstabbing fellow grantseekers, jaded teenagers, languishing sea turtles, wolf-husky hybrid pups and a long-lost brother. The story is set against the backdrop of the 2011 removal of endangered species protection for the Gray Wolf in Wisconsin. When she’s not writing novels, Andrea Thalasinos teaches sociology at Madison College.
Andrea Thalasinos spoke about her new book with Brian Standing.
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