This is the second in a series of stories featuring game warden Randy Waters. Trinidad, Colorado is the setting where game poachers kill many animals, take certain body parts, and then leave the carcass to rot. Randy is determined to stop the killing, but his first encounter with the poachers almost leaves him dead. He captures one of the men after a gun battle but the other escapes into the mountains. Winter blankets the land and the second poacher has disappeared. Some clues lead Randy and a sheriff to a summer mountaintop retreat in which the poacher has been hiding for months. Randy has to chase the suspect across the winter landscape where he is finally brought to justice by a forest creature. Randy witnesses the death of the poacher and has to come to terms with his own feelings about Wilderness Justice.
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Brian Angevine is a former school teacher and avid outdoorsman who grew up in Colorado. While his training is in music education and gifted education, he feels equally comfortable in a concert hall or a wilderness area. He lives in a tiny town, Cuba, Kansas and spends as much time as possible at his cabin west of Trinidad, Colorado. The cabin provides a perfect writing retreat and his days consist of hiking, writing and fishing for trout. Angevine enjoys writing about the Colorado mountains, the animals, and the people who protect them.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 152 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.35 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1492896608