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Publisher's Summary

Maybe the best way to explain Bill Heavey's writing is to note that both Ted Nugent and the Wall Street Journal - two entities rarely seen in the same sentence - like it. For more than 20 years, Heavey has staked a claim as one of America's best sportsmen writers. In feature stories and his Field & Stream column A Sportsman's Life, he has taken audiences across the country and beyond to experience his triumphs and failures as a suburban dad who happens to love hunting and fishing.
This new collection gathers together a wide range of his best work - tales that are odes to the notion that enthusiasm is more important than skill and testaments to the enduring power of the natural world. Whether he's hunting mule deer in Montana, draining cash on an overpriced pistol, or ruminating on the joys and agonies of outdoor gear, Heavey always entertains and enlightens with honesty and wit.
©2017 Bill Heavey (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Adam on 12-16-17

one of the best storytellers of all time!<br />

There are few authors that can write a story in a way that feels more like a dirty joke your uncle is telling you than words from an unknown person. Bill Harvey is the neighbor, friend, and local bar fly that everyone knows, and he invites you to sit down for a laugh.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Bo on 12-13-17

Funny and Interesting!

Typical Bill.. funny and well written stories about the average hunter.. Very good read. Buy it.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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