What did you do in the War, Mommy? An Essay to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the End of World War II06/01/1995
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Mountain Lion: An Unnatural History of Pumas and People, published by Stackpole Books, 1995.
Mountain Lion: An Unnatural History of Pumas and People examines the interactions between cougars and people across North America through the millennia.
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“I consider Mountain Lion an absolute must for my library. As a book about America’s lion, this is an astonishing piece of research, well told. But it is more than that; it’s a book about us – about how we are evolving as a people, making room in our hearts and our land for our great cat and the wilderness it represents.”
—Ted Williams, Audubon Magazine columnist
“This is an extraordinary book. Well-researched and authentic, Mountain Lion tells the story of America’s love-hate relationship with its biggest cat in a literate, highly readable prove. Highly recommended.”
— David Brown, Editor, The Wolf in the Southwest
“I have just finished reading your fantastic book, Mountain Lion. Your book is the first book dealing with the Mountain Lion that I have ever read. I would hate to have to judge other books on this subject after reading yours. I’m afraid they might not hold up. I remember my first Dr. Pepper so many years ago; the other drinks just don’t taste as good today. I learned so many things that were not on my brain menu from reading your book. Several of your sentences left me in stitches.
— Bob C, South Boston, VA.