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Monday, November 1, 2010

Poacher Wars: A Pennsylvania Game Warden's Journal

William Wasserman (Author)

Join Officer Wasserman as he shares in a most captivating style, some of his most exciting and harrowing experiences as a Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation Officer. In more than 30 years he has encountered it all, from the most hardened criminals to the most unbelievable encounters with wildlife.

Wasserman's book is a collection of 16 true stories about encounters with dangerous and unpredictable poachers and criminals. For the average reader of game warden literature it is a great addition to his library, and for the outdoor sportsman it is a great book to provide a behind the scenes view of the seedier side of our profession. This book is not an autobiography of the author, but instead, is an unpretentious, straight forward accounting of some events in his career that left him shaking his head, or counting his blessings. I found this book to be very well written, highly entertaining, and thought provoking. I highly recommend it.

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