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by John Duncklee
Author: John Duncklee
Publisher: University of Arizona Press; First Edition, First Printing edition (April 1, 1996)
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Coyotes I Have Known has been added to your Cart. Mr. Duncklee draws some profound and useful life lessons from his experiences at the end of the book that I think would be worthwhile for everybody to read and understand.
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John Duncklee has written: 'Good years for the buzzards' - subject- s -: Ranch life, Ranchers, Biography. Coyotes I have known' - subject- s -: Ranch life, Ranchers, Biography. Manchado y Sus Amigos, Manchado and His Friends'. Genevieve of Tombstone'. Manchado and His Friends Manchado y Sus Amigos'
John Duncklee's short stories examine men and women from the Spanish Colonial era to the twentieth-century American West. Men in "The Developers" and "Padre Mirandi" face similar problems, although they live centuries apart.
John Duncklee's short stories examine men and women from the Spanish Colonial era to the twentieth-century American West. Each suffers from human weaknesses and failings and affairs that end with surprise pregnancies. John Duncklee's short stories examine men and women from the Spanish Colonial era to the twentieth-century American West.
I knew that with any quick or suspicious movement of mine they could drift into invisibility. Now I had a token responsibility for two live and healthy coyotes. In the delicate world of relationships, we are tied together for all time. I opened two cans of dog food and left them as a votive. With the most casual slowness I reached down my new rifle from its sling over my bed-the. 222 with its bitter little high-speed, long-range stings. Very slowly I brought the rifle up. Perhaps in the shade of my house I was half hidden by the blinding light outside. The little rifle has a beautiful telescope sight with a wide field. The coyotes had not moved.