Grouse and Lesser Gods

Front Cover
Down East Books, Oct 1, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
2 Reviews
In Grouse and Lesser Gods, Ted takes you deep into the mysteries and delights of his home coverts, all part of an extraordinary piece of property葉he Promised Land葉hat he now owns and hunts. You watch the field work of talented dogs like the English setter Salty and the feisty Labrador retriever Dixie: thrill to the explosive flush of the grouse and the erratic flight of the woodcock; and panic as the noise bursting from the thicket in front of you isn稚 your gun dog but an angry she-bear.

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - 4bonasa - LibraryThing

Very enjoyable fireside reader. A modern classic. Read full review

Review: Grouse and Lesser Gods

User Review  - Fanugee - Goodreads

My second book by this author. Grouse hunters will love this one. Read full review

About the author (2002)

When not practicing law, Ted Lundrigan hunts grouse and writes stories under the pen name Ted Nelson. His stories have appeared in Shooting Sportman, Pointing Dog Journal, Gun Dog, Wildfowl, Sporting Classics, and in the anthology Bare November Days. His first book, Hunting the Sun, was published by Countrysport in 1997. He and his family reside in central Minnesota.

Bibliographic information