"This is virgin ground, where no man has ever hunted," said Buffalo Jones. "We stumbled onto a lion home, the breeding place of the deadly canyon cougar."
Powell's Plateau was the most remote, inaccessible corner of the Grand Canyon when Zane Grey went there with a buffalo hunter, a forest ranger, a hard-bitten Utah cowboy, and a Navajo scout.
Armed with ropes and rifles, the five men rode in on half-wild mustangs, their eyes peeled for cougar sign. They were not disappointed. Lion trails snaked through the brush and up the rocky cliffs on every side. They were in the last stronghold of the magnificent man-killers!
Even more exciting than his best-selling fiction, this is a true story from the immortal pen of America's greatest storyteller of outdoor adventure - Zane Grey.
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American author (Pearl Zane Grey) is best known as a pioneer of the Western literary genre, which idealized the Western frontier and the men and women who settled the region. Following in his father s footsteps, Grey studied dentistry while on a baseball scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania. Grey s athletic talent led to a short career in the American minor league before he established his dentistry practice. As an outlet to the tedium of dentistry, Grey turned to writing, and finally abandoned his dental practice to write full time. Over the course of his career Grey penned more than ninety books, including the best-selling Riders of the Purple Sage. Many of Grey s novels were adapted for film and television. He died in 1939.
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