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About the Author
Sullivan is the author of a dozen books about adventure, travel, and history. This is his second novel. His adventure journal "Listening for Coyote" topped the New York Times' year-end review of travel books and has been chosen one of Oregon's "100 Books."
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If you like this one you are sure to like his other two modern-day (or mostly modern-day) novels - "The Case of D.B. Cooper's Parachute" and "The Ship in the Hill." Then check out his historical novel of the 19th century wild west in southern Oregon and northern California, ""A Deeper Wild," the somewhat fictionalized biography of one of the last "mountain men" in the old West. Then read "Listening for Coyote," his non-fiction account of his 1300 mile, three month solo backpack from Cape Blanco (arguably the westernmost point in the contiguous United States, and certainly the westernmost point in Oregon) to Hell's Canyon at the northeastern tip of Oregon. An experienced outdoorsman, Bill has the gift of bringing history, nature, and personal challenge into this very readable narrative. You'll be hungry for more.
I particularly liked how the story alternates between each of the two main character's perspectives as the mystery unfolds and is ultimately resolved. If your like me, you'll find it difficult to put this book down. Highly recommended!