A Dark Country

A Dark Country

by Kirk Bogart
A Dark Country

A Dark Country

by Kirk Bogart



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Meet Jack Duncan: a hunting guide who’s spent his life tracking beast, fish, and fowl across the wilds of North and Central America. Now, Duncan’s after a different kind of prey, and these are no ordinary hunting expeditions.

Meet James Beck: rich and powerful beyond imagination, bored with chasing sheep and elk, and sociopathically committed to ridding the world of its most violent criminals.

Together, they form the inner circle of the Hunt Club, a hunting outfit that caters to wealthy, restless sharpshooters with a hankering for human blood. Membership is for life, but Duncan wants out. He doesn’t trust Beck, and he misses his family back home in Montana.

The past is close at Jack Duncan’s heels as he trails all manner of human scum through jungle, river, and mountain, and his fears are growing with the list of victims. Can Duncan untangle himself from The Hunt Club before becoming its next target?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152200003
Publisher: Kirk Bogart
Publication date: 05/20/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 365 KB

About the Author

Kirk Bogart was born in the wine country of Northern California, but he left in 1992 promptly after graduating from Sacramento State University - the place where his love of writing was first sparked. His passion for wild places and an inherently restless soul then sent him traveling, living, and working across the West and beyond. Bogart started his adult life in the real estate finance industry in the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and Spokane, Washington, areas. After that, he moved into a technology sales career, but he lasted only a short while in the starched and pressed corporate prison of the tech world before dropping everything to build houses for a time in Central America. Upon his return to the States, Bogart did another brief corporate tour of duty in Seattle, Washington, before reaching his tipping point and returning to Idaho and Wyoming. For a decade, he lived on both sides of the border in the morning shadow of the Tetons, where he explored the wildest regions of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. He worked as a fly-fishing guide, owned a mortgage business, and dabbled in the building trades while working for a small publishing company on both the marketing and editorial sides. Bogart is passionate about fishing, outdoor sport, food, and family, and he's chased his cravings on summer intermissions in Alaska as well as in Hawaii, where he worked as a restaurant cook and fished the warm waters of the South Pacific. Bogart's writing has appeared in Northwest Fly Fishing and Fishing & Hunting News. At the moment, he resides with his wife and two children near the ocean in Oregon. He is currently completing his second novel and working on a set of novellas as well as a collection of fly-fishing stories.
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