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Crossed Arrows

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher: Flying Pen Press Fiction
ISBN: 9780981895772
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In 1829, Jacob and Martin leave Kentucky to become Mountain Men, trappers in the Rocky Mountains. The two young men find that life is hardscrabble in the high frontier as they face grizzly bears and hostile Indians and brave mountain storms to trade their furs each year at rendezvous.

Curse Of The Spanish Gold

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781629184999
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By 1852 the wilderness is shrinking and gold fever is taking a toll. Beaver pelts have played out, buffalo are vanishing, and Jacob and Martin must seek their fortune westward.

The Adventures Of Hatchet Jack

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780984592708
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In the 1830s, Jack Kelly is an Irish lad sold into indentured servitude. Jack's master turns out to be a mean-tempered drunk in frontier St. Louis and treats him harshly. There, Jack learns how to hunt, shoot a bow and arrow, trap, and throw a Tomahawk superbly-gaining his nickname "Hatchet Jack." One day, Jack's master beats him to within an inch of his life. Jack vows to escape to the untamed West to become a Mountain Man fur trapper. Thus begins an adventure involving turncoat fellow trappers, deadly betrayal, death on the frontier, battles with hostile Blackfoot Indians, loss, love, fortune, and an ultimate surprise. The Adventures of Hatchet Jack is an epic story of the life and times of a Mountain Man when the West was young, dangerous and yet beautiful beyond compare ... told only as Terry Grosz can tell it.

The Adventures Of The Brother S Dent

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781641192378
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The year is 1807. Josh and Gabe Dent are two brothers living on the far frontier of a young America. Their lives are jolted when their parents are brutally murdered by a gang of thieves. The two frontiersmen ride to hunt down the killers. The trail of vengeance is not an easy one. In the years that follow, Josh and Gabe find themselves answering the call of the West. The brothers join up with the first Mountain Men to see America's greatest untamed natural treasures. But as bountiful as it is, the land is fraught with danger and bloodshed.

Wildlife S Quiet War

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780984592784
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In WILDLIFE'S QUIET WAR, Terry Grosz continues to chronicle his remarkable career defending America's voiceless wild creatures. Since his first days as a California game warden in 1966 to the end of his career as a special agent for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1998, Terry Grosz has been fighting to put those in the business of extinction out of business. In this, his tenth memoir, he recounts his adventures as a United States Game Management Agent, where he matched wits against cold-hearted killers: commercial market hunters, run of the mill poachers, sportsmen run amuck, outlaw Native Americans, politicians and law enforcement officers straying over the line of legality, wealthy land owners, and just plain dedicated killers of wildlife. Some set out to poach wildlife; others are recreational shooters who become possessed by their primitive blood lust. The effect is always the same, however-the destruction of a natural resource that should belong to those Americans who are yet to come. Bad weather is thrown into the mix, and a ton of side-slapping funnies that can only can happen to those who offend Mother Nature. Terry Grosz made every effort to stop these heartless criminals, and Wildlife's Quiet War book has all the excitement, drama and sometimes lively humor of his adventures. Terry Grosz was a conservation officer for California and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for more than 30 years. Wildlife Wars, his first book, won the National Outdoor Book Award and was the basis of a docudrama featured on Animal Planet. Eight memoirs followed. His Mountain Men Novels include "Crossed Arrows," "Curse of the Spanish Gold," "The Saga of Harlan Waugh," and "The Adventures of the Brothers Dent."

Tears Of The River

Author: Gordon L. Rottman
Publisher: Hartwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781629161938
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A coming of age self-discovery story of frantic survival, the value of diversity, and dependence on one another. Fifteen-year-old Karen Herber is exactly where she wants to be--in the Nicaraguan rainforest with a volunteer medical team. What she had not expected was a hurricane collapsing a bridge to wipe out her team and a mudslide burying a village. Only a Nicaraguan six-year-old girl and a forty-four-year-old woman with both arms broken survive the mudslide. Then she finds that Jaydon Bonner survived, a privileged, arrogant seventeen-year-old American tenderfoot. Academic and confidence concerns are already dragging Karen down and she was tagged a "weak leader" in Outward Bound School. Her doctor parents are pushing her into a medical career, of which she's uncertain. Less than fluent in Spanish, but an experienced backpacker, the reluctant leader is challenged by nature, animals, desperate men, and her fellow survivors' mistrust and cultural differences. Their only path to salvation is a risky boat trip down a rainforest river, 150 miles to the mysterious Mosquito Coast. Karen soon finds her companions' experiences, so different from her own, invaluable with each deadly encounter forging a closer bond between them.

Wildlife On The Edge

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780984592791
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The ninth title in the "Wildlife Law Enforcement" series of memoirs by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Agent Terry Grosz (ret.), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Law Enforcement Division, as he pursues wildlife outlaws in the overt and covert arenas, running those to ground committing crimes against wildlife who have little or no voice. A heartfelt, sometimes gut-wrenching but always exciting journey into the never-ending war on poachers, smugglers, and market hunters. Terry Grosz was a conservation officer for California and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for more than 30 years. Wildlife Wars, his first book, won the National Outdoor Book Award and was the basis of a docudrama featured on Animal Planet. Eight memoirs followed. His Mountain Men Novels include "Crossed Arrows," "Curse of the Spanish Gold," and "The Saga of Harlan Waugh."

The Name Of This Book Is Secret

Author: Pseudonymous Bosch
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780316039925
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Warning: this description has not been authorized by Pseudonymous Bosch. As much as he'd love to sing the praises of his book (he is very vain), he wouldn't want you to hear about his brave 11-year old heroes, Cass and Max-Ernest. Or about how a mysterious box of vials, the Symphony of Smells, sends them on the trail of a magician who has vanished under strange (and stinky) circumstances. And he certainly wouldn't want you to know about the hair-raising adventures that follow and the nefarious villains they face. You see, not only is the name of this book secret, the story inside is, too. For it concerns a secret. A Big Secret.