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True to the Line

True to the Line Author Adrian Dangar
ISBN-10 1846892449
Release 2017-06-15
Pages 192
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Unique insight into the eccentricities, controversies and goings-on in the world's most prestigious hunts, including the author's two years as Master of the Quorn.



A Voice in the Woods Hunting Life Lessons

A Voice in the Woods  Hunting Life Lessons Author Zach Stateson
ISBN-10 1478740906
Release 2014-12-18
Pages 92
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A Voice in the Woods is a heartwarming, thought-provoking, life-altering collection of true adventures set in the great outdoors. Whether you're city folk, country folk, male, female, young or old, yeti or chupacabra, you'll be challenged, encouraged, and inspired. Along the way you'll encounter breathtaking scenery, tusk-armed porkers, majestic buglers, behemoth bruins, grandiose gobblers, and treacherous terrain. From Deep South Texas to the heights of the Rocky Mountains, join Zach and his friends as they set out on a series of unique adventures. Not every choice made along the way is good, and there are prices to be paid. However, in the end, rising out of the smoldering embers of consequences, the sweet aroma of redemption fills the air. First stop: Texas.



Exposing the Big Game

Exposing the Big Game Author Jim Robertson
ISBN-10 9781846948091
Release 2012-06-29
Pages 196
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Exposing the Big Game challenges the archaic, yet officially endorsed, viewpoint that the primary value of wildlife in America is to provide cheap entertainment for anyone with a gun and an unwholesome urge to kill. Portraits and portrayals of tolerant bears, loquacious prairie dogs, temperamental wolves, high-spirited ravens and benevolent bison will leave readers with a deeper appreciation of our fellow beings as sovereign individuals, each with their own unique personalities. Above all, this book is a condemnation of violence against animals, both historic and ongoing. It explores the true, sinister motives behind hunting and trapping, dispelling the myths that sportsmen use to justify their brutal acts. Exposing the Big Game takes on hunting and defends the animals with equal passion, while urging us to expand our circle of compassion and reexamine our stance on killing for sport.



The Hunting Accident

The Hunting Accident Author David L. Carlson
ISBN-10 9781626726765
Release 2017-09-19
Pages 464
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It was a hunting accident—that much Charlie is sure of. That's how his father, Matt Rizzo—a gentle intellectual who writes epic poems in Braille—had lost his vision. It’s not until Charlie’s troubled teenage years, when he’s facing time for his petty crimes, that he learns the truth. Matt Rizzo was blinded by a shotgun blast to the face—but it was while participating in an armed robbery. Newly blind and without hope, Matt began his bleak new life at Stateville Prison. But in this unlikely place, Matt's life and very soul were saved by one of America's most notorious killers: Nathan Leopold Jr., of the infamous Leopold and Loeb. From David Carlson and Landis Blair comes the unbelievable true story of a father, a son, and remarkable journey from despair to enlightenment.



My Hunting Life

My Hunting Life Author Eddie Chapman
ISBN-10 0951405365
Release 2017
Pages 416
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My Hunting Life has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from My Hunting Life also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full My Hunting Life book for free.



The Hunt

The Hunt Author David Farbman
ISBN-10 9781118886458
Release 2014-03-24
Pages 240
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Do you consider yourself a hunter? If you have you ever dated, played sports, or held a job, then your answer should be yes. We are always hunting—trying to track down and take the things we want, the things that will make our life bigger, better, safer; more satisfying, exciting, and just plain fun. In The Hunt, serial entrepreneur, hunter, and OutdoorHub founder David Farbman offers a way of thinking about work, life, and our connection with the world based upon the ancient discipline of hunting. The Hunt will inspire anyone striving for more to think like hunters—with poise, concentration, and skill; to identify their targets; and, with focus, determination, and satisfaction, to achieve those goals. Specifically, The Hunt shows how to: Get a bigger, clearer picture of your life and goals, and discover things about yourself and your ability that you’ve never noticed or seen before Gain the hunter’s special skills at observation and perception, to understand your environment; Learn “predatory consciousness” – the full understanding of your prey, whether business partners or competitors, so you can predict their actions; Harness and leverage every opportunity to obtain your desired outcomes and inspire your best thinking Fully understand where to pick battles, and where not to “hunt” at all. The principles of The Hunt will give you a clearer, sharper lens for seeing the world and shaping your role in it. You’ll make better decisions, form stronger alliances, build better strategies, target bigger wins, and uncover more opportunities. Best of all, you will become a true hunter when you know who you are, what you want, and how to get what you’re hunting for.



Hunting in the Shadows

Hunting in the Shadows Author Seth G. Jones
ISBN-10 9780393081459
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 534
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A former senior advisor at U.S. Special Operations Command recounts the history of the United States' ongoing battle against al-Qaida, describing investigations conducted by the combined efforts of the CIA, FBI and MI5 and the shifting alliances between terrorist groups. 30,000 first printing.



Memoirs of a Fox Hunting Man

Memoirs of a Fox Hunting Man Author Siegfried Sassoon
ISBN-10 9781101598863
Release 2013-05-28
Pages 320
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The first volume in Siegfried Sassoon’s beloved trilogy, The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston, with a new introduction by celebrated historian Paul Fussell A highly decorated English soldier and an acclaimed poet and novelist, Siegfried Sassoon won fame for his trilogy of fictionalized autobiographies that wonderfully capture the vanishing idylls of Edwardian England and the brutal realities of war. In this first novel of the semiautobiographical George Sherston trilogy, Sassoon wonderfully captures the vanishing idylls of the Edwardian English countryside. Never out of print since its original publication in 1928, when it won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, Sassoon's reminiscences about childhood and the beginning of World War I are channeled through young George Sherston, whose life of local cricket tournaments and fox-hunts falls apart as war approaches and he joins up to fight. Sassoon's first novel, though rife with comic characters and a jaunty sense of storytelling, presents his own loss of innocence and the destruction of the country he knew and loved. For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Lamar Hunt

Lamar Hunt Author Michael MacCambridge
ISBN-10 9781449424725
Release 2012-10-02
Pages 320
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"I can't separate what part of pro football is business and what part is personal with me," he said. "I just know that it is very important that I succeed." He had loved games as a young boy, had played them as a young man, and now, as a naive but determined 27-year-old in the summer of 1959, Lamar Hunt announced that he was going to launch a new football league. What he couldn't possibly have known on that day was that the forces of the entrenched National Football League would soon be arrayed against him. The league would place its own team in his hometown of Dallas, in direct competition with his team, and would attempt to undermine the new league, trying on repeated occasions before that first season to prevent the new American Football League from ever starting. And what the NFL couldn't have known, but would soon find out, was that Hunt, the mild-mannered, bespectacled son of legendary oilman H. L. Hunt, had an indomitable will, and patience beyond his years. Resolute and innovative, he successfully launched the AFL and, seven years later, helped broker a merger deal, which created the need for a championship game between the two leagues. Then he came up with the name of the game--the Super Bowl. Never before, and not since, has anyone with so many resources spent so much time watching, participating in, and being captivated by the absorbing ritual of sports and the suspended state of play. His accomplishments would put him in the company of the other giants of American sports--Charles C. "Cash and Carry" Pyle, Abe Saperstein, George Halas, Branch Rickey, Red Auerbach, Pete Rozelle. Each was present at a revolution. But Hunt, significantly, was present at a number of revolutions. And he was the catalyst for each one. Before his death in 2006, Hunt revolutionized three different sports--pro football, tennis, and soccer--winding up in the Hall of Fame of each. Written by award-winning author Michael MacCambridge, Lamar Hunt: A Life In Sports is the definitive and official biography of one of the 20th century's most important and beloved sporting figures; the soft-spoken, strong-willed man whose audacious challenge to the NFL transformed the landscape of American sports, but only served as an opening act to his epic sporting journey. Drawing on 50 years of Hunt's personal papers and more than 200 interviews, author Michael MacCambridge provides an intimate, original portrait of the man forever captivated by these serious pursuits we call games.



Never Outfoxed

Never Outfoxed Author Benjamin H. Hardaway (III.)
ISBN-10 0966015908
Release 1997
Pages 377
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Never Outfoxed has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Never Outfoxed also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Never Outfoxed book for free.



Catfish

Catfish Author James A Hunter
ISBN-10 0425116832
Release 1989-04-01
Pages 223
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The former pitcher of the New York Yankees and Oakland A's recounts his baseball experiences, from the beginning of his career, to his retirement after fifteen years of pro ball, to his election to the Hall of Fame



Shopping for Porcupine

Shopping for Porcupine Author Seth Kantner
ISBN-10 157131301X
Release 2008
Pages 240
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The author of Ordinary Wolves presents a series of essays that traces his childhood in a sod igloo in Alaska, work as trapper and fisherman, and perspectives on the rapidly disappearing community of his youth.



The Dummy Line

The Dummy Line Author Bobby Cole
ISBN-10 1612180701
Release 2011-10
Pages 322
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"This book was originally published, in a slightly different form, by Context Publishing Company, LLC in 2008"-- T.p. verso.



The Plant Hunters

The Plant Hunters Author Anita Silvey
ISBN-10 9781466895294
Release 2015-12-15
Pages 96
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Driven by an all-consuming passion, the plant hunters traveled around the world, facing challenges at every turn: tropical illnesses, extreme terrain, and dangerous animals. They battled piranhas, tigers, and vampire bats. Even the plants themselves could be lethal! But these intrepid eighteenth- and nineteenth-century explorers were determined to find and collect new and unusual specimens, no matter what the cost. Then they tried to transport the plants—and themselves—home alive. Creating an important legacy in science, medicine, and agriculture, the plant hunters still inspire the scientific and environmental work of contemporary plant enthusiasts. Working from primary sources—journals, letters, and notes from the field—Anita Silvey introduces us to these daring adventurers and scientists. She takes readers into the heart of their expeditions to then-uncharted places such as the Amazon basin, China, and India. As she brings a colorful cast of characters to life, she shows what motivated these Indiana Jones–type heroes. In The Plant Hunters, science, history, and adventure have been interwoven to tell a largely forgotten—yet fascinating—story.



Island of the Blue Dolphins

Island of the Blue Dolphins Author Scott O'Dell
ISBN-10 0395536804
Release 1960
Pages 184
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Left alone on a beautiful but isolated island off the coast of California, a young Indian girl spends eighteen years, not only merely surviving through her enormous courage and self-reliance, but also finding a measure of happiness in her solitary life.



Tarka the Otter

Tarka the Otter Author Henry Williamson
ISBN-10 9780141924489
Release 2009-05-07
Pages 208
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In the wild there is no safety. The otter cub Tarka grows up with his mother and sisters, learning to swim, catch fish - and to fear the cry of the hunter and the flash of the metal trap. Soon he must fend for himself, travelling through rivers, woods, moors, ponds and out to sea, sometimes with the female otters White-tip and Greymuzzle, always on the run. Eventually, chased by a pack of hounds, he meets his nemesis, the fearsome dog Deadlock, and must fight for his life.



True North

True North Author Louie Marincovich
ISBN-10 0998948500
Release 2017-05-11
Pages 295
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As a bored child in a working class family, Lou Marincovich imagined a life of adventure and strong emotions-and got far more than he anticipated. Inspired to become a paleontologist by a children's book on dinosaurs, he plunged into realms of life where intellectuals rarely go, working hardhat jobs on offshore oil drilling platforms in equatorial Africa and Alaska to put himself through grad school and laboring beside cutthroat coworkers, one of whom he was barely stopped from murdering. Later, as an internationally recognized paleontologist, he spent three decades researching fossil mollusks in the surreal landscapes of remotest Alaska, Arctic Canada and Siberia. In the course of documenting faunal and climate changes in the Arctic over the span of 60 million years, he solved the mystery of Bering Strait's age; discovered an unnamed river; survived a helicopter crash, several bush plane accidents, a near-drowning in an icy river, landslides, and punishing storms; and saved his own life by shooting a charging grizzly with his last bullet. In addition to finding the adventure he craved as a young man, Marincovich was rewarded by surprising and profound spiritual experiences, during one of which he found his soul mate. This is a unique story of youthful yearning, high adventure, moral lapses, scientific discovery and love.