|About the Book|
A hunter faces a difficult and sparse blood trail and a long night, alone, trying to find the biggest buck he has ever seen. Rifles vanish from a deer camp where hunters lie sleeping. The antlers of a state record whitetail collect dust and cobwebs on the back porch of an old house, waiting for their story to be discovered. A legendary deer hunt and the stand where it took place loom in the memories of a hunting club. These are among seven deer-hunting stories in this collection of short fiction by Lindsay Thomas Jr. When hunting season is in the distant future or your stand far away, when you look forward to fall skies, fresh scrapes, campfires, and the sounds of deer walking in dry leaves behind you, these stories will take you there, into the deer woods, whenever you are ready to go.