Author: Gary Cook
Publisher: STOEGER INDUSTRIES, Sep 2004
The fate of a lost child is linked with the destiny of mankind & a gifted woodsman & a journalist must face dangers both real & spiritual to rescue the lost girl from a deadly foe. 6x9 inches, 224 pgs.
Blending knowledge of the wilderness with the storyteller's art, the author spins a dark, spirit-filled tale of fateful events in the remote forests of the Appalachian Mountains. The fate of a lost child is linked with the destiny of mankind and a gifted woodsman and a journalist must face dangers both real and spiritual to rescue the lost girl from a deadly foe. Powerful forces gather, all drawn together in one of the world's great wild places.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"Brutal yet beautiful. Wounded Moon is a compelling and spiritual novelette that pits man against his most intimate fears - those most assuradly real, and those buried deep in the soul. Cook engages the reader and seta a course for adventure, terror and compassion. He captures the essence of the human spirit and then unleashes the beast within." - Gordy Krahn, North American Hunter Magazine
"Cook's work is a fast-paced read and a fascinating combination of outdoor lore, thrilling action and mysticism." - J. Scott Rubb, Editor, Petersen's Hunting
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gary Cook is a writer, wildlife professional and the author of two books of short stories, The Old Man and Oakseeds. He is nationally recognized for his writings about the land and those who value our natural heritage. He lives in Jackson, Tennessee, and has worked as a wildlife officer, wildlife biologist, and is currently the regional manager to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in western Tennessee.