A HUNTER'S FIRESIDE BOOK: TALES OF DOGS, DUCKS, BIRDS, & GUNS
Author: Gene Hill
Publisher: SKYHORSE, Aug 2015
Gene shares his observations, reflections & anecdotes about the joys & woes of the American sportsman & his family. 80 B&W illus; 6x9 inches, 176 pgs.
For decades, Gene Hill's articles and books have captured the spirit of the outdoors in a way that inspires and entertains millions of readers. A Hunter's Fireside Guide captures the essence of the life of a sportsman and explores the full spectrum of the hunter's experience: sunrises in the duck blind, an unforgettable hunter's moon, the camaraderie of men who know the pleasures of being wet and cold and a little bit lost.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"An essayist deeply involved with nature, man, his dog, his gun." ?Cornelius Ryan, author of The Longest Day
"Gene Hill's writing blends a country boy's deep, almost religious feeling for the out-of-doors with a city man's wit and sophistication." ?Field & Stream
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gene Hill was the author of many beloved hunting books, as well as his legendary monthly columns for Field & Stream, Guns & Ammo, and Sports Afield. Gene was also executive editor at Sports Afield for many years. He died in 1997.