From the acclaimed writer of western fiction comes The Last of the Plainsmen, the true-life story of Zane Grey's travels with Buffalo Jones, a flamboyant hunter-turned-conservationist.
The book chronicles their remarkable 1908 expedition to the American Southwest to track and capture mountain lions. It conveys the magnificence of the wild feline, which was still roaming the rim of the Grand Canyon in great numbers, and also the passion of Jones, who lived his life in the wilderness and dearly loved the animals he once pursued for sport. But the real star of the show is the wilderness itself, portrayed by Grey in all its stark beauty.
For Grey fans, The Last of the Plainsmen offers an unparalleled chance to understand the roots of his fascination with the West. For all others, it stands on its own as a captivating travelogue.