1892, New Mexico. A wolfpack roams the Currumpaw Valley, preying on the cattle and evading capture by the exasperated local ranchmen. Due to his knowledge of wolf behaviour, a British naturalist by the name of Ernest Thompson Seton is employed to hunt down their notorious pack leader, king Lobo…
A beautiful and moving re-telling of the first short story from Ernest Thompson Seton’s 1898 classic collection, ‘Wild Animals I Have Known’, this second book from award winner William Grill takes us back to the dying days of the old west.
- 88 pages
- 305 x 245 mm
- Flying Eye Books