Traces, from his birth to his death many years later, the continuous struggle for survival of a large American mountain lion as he hunts and is hunted.
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Roderick Haig-Brown (1908-1976) remains one of North America's most popular and best-loved writers about the outdoors. He was born in England and settled in Campbell River, BC, in 1931. He was a dedicated conservationist and a prolific writer, author of many articles and stories and 25 books, including novels, books about sport fishing and stories for young readers, including the classic Saltwater Summer. Haig-Brown also served as a magistrate and as chancellor of the University of Victoria.
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Book Description Armada Lion, United Kingdom, 1971. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. paperback tight and square unmarked. very faint creases to cover. 189pp vg/--. Bookseller Inventory # 62321