Synopses & Reviews
Her story begins as an Ursid Shirley Temple, a cute blond phenom amid the real-life Shangri la of Glacier National Park's most scenic mountain valley. In time, however, the curtsying knockout zoomed to Princess Diana-sized celebrity, demanding more than admiring glances and the flashing bulbs of paparazzi cameras. It was those outsized demands and an ever-growing haughtiness that attracted official attention.
Chocolate Legs is an investigative journey into the controversial life and death of one of the best-known grizzly bears in the world; by a long-time journalist who has lived (and sometimes brushed near death) with the bears.