By Herb Neils
This novel by long-time Libby resident Herb Neils, who was raised in the mountains of northwestern Montana during the Great Depression, is filled with intrigue, adventure, chicanery and plenty of action as a man of conviction matches his wits against the wiles and malevolent power via the setting of a hunting camp set along the earlier-day Great Northern Railway as it passes through some of Montana's most remote backcountry. Highly praised upon its release as a story line that builds drama throughout its length, author Herb Neils earned a number of rave reviews including one by Elaine Cummings, retired editor of Safari Magazine, as “a can't put it down” saga. Another called this book a significant contribution to the literature of the Northwest. Softcover, 6x9 inches, 204 pages.
ISBN 0-912299-95-9 A Hunt For The Great Northern – $14.95