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Charlie's Pride: A Novel

Hubbard, Dee

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ISBN 10: 1564745686 / ISBN 13: 9781564745682
Published by Daniel & Daniel Publishers
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Title: Charlie's Pride: A Novel

Publisher: Daniel & Daniel Publishers

Book Condition:Good

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Charlie, the proud hero of this strong and gripping story, is known to his fellow truckers, loggers, and fishermen as Hawk. His father, a full-blooded Hupok, taught him his Indian heritage; his Scots-Irish mother gave him a lifelong love of reading. He feels connected to both roots, but he is most himself when he’s by himself, out in the forest, on the banks or in the flow of his beloved Klamath River. The language in this novel is lush and romantic. Lots of thoughtful philosophy is verbalized in internal thoughts and stream of consciousness. In the mix we are treated to solid information on fly fishing, trucking, logging, the marijuana industry, and most of all the ecology of the forests and rivers of the California far north, a land that still enjoys wildness.

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Hubbard earned his nickname, Grizzly, by surviving a bear attack in Yellowstone Park. For someone whose passions connect mostly to the natural environment, he’s had an unlikely career. A Denver CPA for many years, he was also a Director or Trustee for twelve organizations, including the Nature Conservancy in Colorado. Now retired, he enjoys writing, cross country skiing, hiking forest trails, and climbing high mountains with his wife and muse, artist Bonnie McGee. He is the author of "Slim to None—a Journey through the Wasteland of Anorexia Treatment." This is his first novel.

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