Nature holds with an iron grip inside her seemingly fragile grip and immutable balance. When a threat appears anywhere, not to take sides, but solely to preserve the balance. So when Peter Harman, soldier, mercenary, hunter, and killer offends her scales, she puts into the darkest of places on Earth the Sundarbans — her remedy — and draws him to it.
There is a tiger, part real and part magic, the unseen part to restore the whole. Monster of the Sundarbans, part adventure and part mystical is a story about what happens to a man who is volatile and destructive, pestilent and pernicious, too bitter in the extreme, and vain to abide in his heart. It tells the story about how nature heals herself.