The resident handyman at Icicle Creek Lodge is tired of the wolf disrupting his day and terrorizing guests. Shooting the wolf and mounting it on the wall will solve all of the resort's problems, or so Ollie claims at least. Could he be using the wolf as a cover for his own personal agenda?
This egotistical Olympic cross-country skier believes his competitors are spying on him and trying to rattle his nerves. The wolf and Nancy, Yanni says, have been sent to distract him! What is so secretive about his technique that he would like to get rid of all the guests at the lodge?
A birdwatcher who knows very little about birds, but plenty about wolves. Guadalupe arrived at the lodge just as the trouble with the wolf started, and she hasn't been frightened away yet. Is this suspect trying to scare away the other guests?
An avid ice-fisherman who would like to spend his days catching record setting Northern Pikes at the lodge. The prowling wolf has put a damper on Bill's trip, and he wants it destroyed. Even if it means destroying Icicle Creek Lodge. Could his obsession and hatred cause him to resort to sabotage?
With his handsome features hidden behind his tousled bangs, Lou's a world of contradictions and complexities. He's the only one who says the wolf isn't responsible for the sabotage, but there's a lot more to the story that he's not telling.