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EBOOK ï EPUB The Moose Jaw ì FREE ☆ Strange things happen in the Alaska bush The native Alaskans say that a white man too long alone out there will go mad Gus O'Neill suspects it may have happened to him His two best friends Hard Case Calis the old Alaska State Trooper and Haywood Jennings the flying veterinarian think so too Gus spStrange things happen in the Alaska bush The native Alaskans say that a white man too long alone out there will go mad Gus O'Neill suspects it may have happened to him His two best friends Hard Case Calis the old Alaska State Trooper and Haywood Jennings the flying veterinarian think so too Gus spends a summer on Moose Jaw Creek where he builds a cabin finds a ravaged red haired beauty he comes to love and murders the man who had sexually molested her When Haywood flies in to join Gus for a moose hunt he finds his friend alone and raving There is no evidence oh how I enjoyed this book The author created a real guy for a protagonist and the subject of building a hunting camp in the bush kept me captivated The action was gripping and when the story took a twist wow I never saw that coming Well done Mike Delany Can't wait for another book from this author

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That Gus' redhead or the dead man he claims to have killed ever existed Gus is baffled by the disappearance of his woman and the body of his victim but he agrees to join Haywood on a moose hunt While getting in position to drive a large bull toward Haywood Gus is attacked by a giant grizzly that has been stalking him He manages to kill the bear but is badly mauled in the process Haywood finds Gus and the dead bear and flies his injured friend back to Fairbanks for treatment The following day Haywood returns to Gus' cabin with Hard Case to deal with the dead b This was a good book but it's also hard to categorize The first part of the novel is a Rugged Outdoorsman story that seemed tailored to appeal to people with an REI membership We get a blow by blow detail of the hero's move to the Alaskan Wilderness complete with a lot of Woodsman Shopping Porn There is an entire paragraph devoted to what sounds to me like the platonic ideal of wood burning cookstoves Now lest you think I'm complaining I'm not I enjoyed the detail very much I camped all through my childhood and am the daughter of two avid campers I don't like to camp myself but I enjoyed the immersive detail I also like books about serial killers for instance even though I myself don't enjoy killing OR hunting down those who have killed I felt like I was reading a latter day Jeremiah Johnson or a Grizzly Adams novel Perhaps then you can imagine the whiplash to my poor noggin when the story takes a hard left into a couple of other sub genres It'd be like Winnie the pooh becoming a ninja It was a good read with an interesting story I'd recommend it for any Spec Fiction fan Just know going into it that it'll feel as if you've read three distinct stories

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The Moose JawEar During the flight they discuss Gus' condition and his weird tale about the woman he had found and the man he'd killed They agree Gus must have gone a little crazy while out there alone Things become complicated when back in the woods near Gus' cabin they find no bear carcass Haywood insists he had seen and touched its dead body just yesterday The two friends return to Fairbanks as mystified as Gus When Hard Case unearths an unsolved case file that dates back than forty years it becomes clear that Gus may not have imagined the woman or the murder after all I love the fact that this book is not a formula I am so tired of stories that fit genre and are so predictable This one could be a non fiction how to A mystery a love story a story about past lives time travel shamanism or fly fishing and hunting When I finished it I bought the second one right away