Case Files of the Tracker by Tom Brown
True Stories from America's Greatest Outdoors

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There is no greater tracker in America than Tom Brown. His intimate knowledge of the natural environment, by sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch, has made him renowned as a detective of the outdoors. For decades he has been called upon to find missing children, escaped animals, dangerous criminals—anything that can walk, crawl, or lope through the wilderness. His hunting expertise, and his call to find harmony in nature, have been chronicled in several of his books including The Tracker and Awakening Spirits.

 

Now, in Case Files of the Tracker, Tom Brown reveals sixteen of his adventures for the first time, including:

 

·         A desperate race to reach a diabetic child before he suffers from insulin shock

·         The treacherous struggle to capture an armed convict that left Tom with a bullet in his back

·         His Tracking Team’s pursuit of a tiger on the loose in the wilds of New Jersey

 

 

About Tom Brown

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Thomas Brown has a love of gothic decay, poetry, wild landscapes and strange creatures. He has created book covers for Joe Pulver and others at Hippocampus. In 2009, he and his wife Nimue launched the webcomic Hopeless, Maine. He's influenced by Robert Holdstock and Neil Gaiman, among others. Nimue Brown has a love of gothic decay, poetry, wild landscapes and strange creatures. She writes poetry and other fiction under a pen name. In 2009, she and her husband Tom launched the webcomic Hopeless, Maine. She's influenced by the pre-Raphelites, folklore and the modern druid tradition.
 
Published December 2, 2003 by Berkley Trade. 208 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Brown, founder of the Tracker School in New Jersey (which offers classes in wilderness survival and environmental protection) and author of more than 20 books about wilderness and tracking, explains the skills used by trackers and discusses some of his most difficult cases.

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