Last of a Dying Breed

by Leon 'Buckshot' Anderson


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/16/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 268
ISBN : 9781403344441

About the Book

If looking for a hero, very few individuals would have picked Eric Sever "Hap" Larson. Actually, very few individuals would have known Hap Larson existed . . . until his 60th year, when he was forced to give up a way of life that he loved and had sustained him for nearly four decades.

Born and raised in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Hap moves to Quebec's sub-arctic and lives in the wilderness until a series of unforeseen events force him into a major life change.

Reluctantly vacating his wilderness home, this quiet, unassuming man soon becomes entangled in a murder, falls head over heels in love, becomes a national celebrity, is the featured subject for an internationally televised hour long special, is hired as a consultant and major player in the development and building of a monstrous historical theme park, and helps put a major drug dealer out of business.

Follow Hap Larson as his metal is tested to the utmost in this twisted tale of suspense, love, outdoor adventure and triumph of good over evil.

For readers who love an outdoor/mystery/suspense novel, (with a tender love story thrown in for good measure), this is one you won't be able to put down!


About the Author

Born into the continuing Great Depression the north woods of Wisconsin was still experiencing in 1937, Leon "Buckshot" Anderson and his family survived due to their ability to wrest a living from the land. Those hardships he encountered gave him the knowledge and parameters to write with authority on subjects such as the reader will find in LAST OF A DYING BREED.

Working his way through college, "Buckshot" graduated in 1960 and spent thirty-six distinguished years in the field of public education.

Following in the footsteps of his father, "Buckshot" began a professional summer guiding career in 1951, and continues doing so to this day. His expertise in this profession earned an induction into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as a "Legendary Guide" in 2001.