The Way of the Scout
The bestselling author of The Tracker presents 12 new stories which illustrate the advanced tracking skills taught to him by the Apache he knew as Grandfather. Brown reveals the lessons of the scout--the eyes and ears of the clan--showing how the physical skills of the ancient art of survival can lead to spiritual rewards of personal awareness and inner peace.
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