A contemporary western novel by award-winning writer John D. Nesbitt. “Del Watters should have smelled trouble earlier. A small-time big-game-hunting guide, he didn’t care too much for the lawyer from Omaha, Vince Furtino, who came antelope hunting. But he thought the lawyer’s wife, Sylvia, was pretty nice. Sylvia must have had similar thoughts, because she came back on her own to pay Del a visit. Then Vince showed up during elk season, with his rifle, in the cold mountains where Del rode alone.” Whenever you are stalking your prey, there is one important thing to remember … Keep The Wind In Your Face.
This book is autographed by the author and makes a fine addition to any reader’s collection, along with other riveting offerings by this writer.
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