A Hunter's Heart by David Petersen
Honest Essays on Blood Sport

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Without apology, the voices here speak of the verities of the hunt, our connections to the land, and the ethics of blood sport, with essays by the best writers in the field: Edward Abbey, Rick Bass, Tom Beck, Jimmy Carter, Jim Fergus, Barry Lopez, Peter Matthiessen, Tom McGuane, Richard K. Nelson, David Peterson, and Terry Tempest Williams.

About David Petersen

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Petersen, a pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps, travels Widely. Today he lives with his lovely wife Caroline in a little cabin on a big mountain in Colorado. He enjoys reading, writing, and walking his dogs in the forest.
Published September 1, 1996 by Henry Holt & Co. 331 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Petersen (Ghost Grizzlies) has assembled an outstanding collection of 41 essays that range from memoirs of the field to penetrating analyses of hunting ethics.

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