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When the heifer corpses began piling up in Montana's Squaw Creek Allotment, cattle-hand Bryce Andrews knew instinctively he had to do something. It took three imperfect shots to kill the alpha wolf, leaving this reluctant killer with the sense that he had somehow betrayed his wilderness ethic. This haunting memoir tells us much about what it really means to live on the margins of domesticated life and how different it is from our transcendent cowboy myths. Badluck Way has received enviable prepublication reviews, including Jana Harris' description: "Told in a refined version of a campfire ghost story, his narrative took my breath away." A Discover Great New Writers selection.