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Behind the Ranges

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The wild loveliness of an uninhabited valley high in the Olympic Mountains was hardly disturbed when Dick and his father, with the help of a Forest Ranger, pitched their camp there. Dr. Randolph, a botanist, planned to make a collection of the flora of the region---the wildest and least-explored territory in the United States. Dick hoped to get specimens of the whistling ...more
Hardcover, 222 pages
Published 1947
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A fascinating novel about a young man's adventures in the wilderness of Olympic National Park in the wake of World War II. Many insights into the wildlife and rugged terrain that builds into a very suspenseful thriller.
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Wrote historical fiction and contemporary stories with young men as the main characters.
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