Dog Days: The Hunt by Nikolas P. Robinson
In the snow-covered higher elevations of Montana's Rocky Mountains, Lee is on the hunt for a black bear, armed with only his bow.
When a couple of poachers kill the wrong prey, Lee takes the law into his own hands and the snow will be pink with blood before he's through.
This story was amazing! I have thoroughly enjoyed everything that I have read from Robinson thus far. His mastery over his prose, and his ability to craft a story that sucks you in and keeps you turning the pages is unflinching. The previous story in this series- Dog's Days was utterly fantastic and truly guttural, The Hunt shows us another side Lee Melvin and it made me love the character even more. If I had one complaint, it is that I wanted to stay with the character longer. These short one-offs that Robinson releases feel like teases leading up to a full-length novel. When that book releases, it will be one to watch for. Robinson has a quiet, brooding sense to his storytelling that has been honed well.
The follow up book to THE HUNT packs a big punch. Fantastic read!