FOX, FIN & FEATHER
Author: Henry Hooker, MFH
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK, Jan 2002
The sporting memoirs of one of the most amusing raconteurs in the field today. Takes readers on a raucous sporting jaunt - foxhunting, fishing & shooting -from the dark hills & hollows of night hunters to the exclusive quail shooting plantations of South Georgia.
Series: The Derrydale Press Foxhunters' Library
The sporting memoirs of one of the most amusing raconteurs in the field today. With the majority of his story set in Nashville, Tennessee with the Hillsboro Hounds, Hooker takes readers on a raucous sporting jaunt-foxhunting, fishing and shooting-from the dark hills and hollows of night hunters to the exclusive quail shooting plantations of South Georgia. He has followed his sporting whims from Alaska to Africa. Hooker tells the stories of the seminal figures of foxhunting with humor and reverence.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"Hooker brings to life the very meaning of hunting and how it has become such an important part of many a person's life."? The Irish Field
"Read it and enrich your understanding of the whole rural culture, its history and its social significance, its ties to England and the rest of the world."?-----Lauren Giannini, In & Around Horse Country
OTHER FORMS OF THE BOOK:
$200.00 Leather 1-56416-203-6 January 2002
$25.00 Audio 1-58667-090-5 January 2002
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Henry Hooker is an attorney in Nashville, Tennessee. He has been Master of Foxhounds for Hillsboro Hounds (TN) since 1975 and has served as a director of the Masters of Foxhounds Association of America.