Harold Ash Shares a Glimpse into the Thrilling Life of a Hunter

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New book is a collection of adventures in the great outdoors.

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King George V. Theodore Roosevelt. Ernest Hemingway. These three influential men have one thing in common – a love for hunting. Harold Ash is familiar with the thrills and rewards of this age-old sport, he has been hunting for over 50 years. In his autobiography, “The Tale of a Hunter,” he shares an insider’s look into the world of hunting and his many storied adventures in the great outdoors.

Ash has been hunting since he was eight years old. “The Tale of a Hunter,” which he describes as a book chronicling “a lifetime of hunting and outdoors,” is a glimpse into his life and his passion as a hunter. His motivation for writing is to leave something that his grandchildren and family can remember him by but his work holds universal appeal in that it shows readers the joy and sense of fulfillment that comes from pursuing one’s dreams.

As the compelling and evocative narrator, Ash guides readers on alongside his adventures through Connecticut, Montana, Wyoming, British Columbia, New York State and finally to where he is today – a place of thoughtful recollection and gratitude.

Personally relevant and universally valuable, “The Tale of a Hunter” is a story of a life well-lived and a look into the exciting world of hunting.

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About the Author
Harold Ash has been hunting for over 50 years, starting at the age of eight. Throughout the years, he has spread his knowledge to his daughters, sons-in-law, and eventually, his grandchildren. He resides in a small town in Connecticut with his wife, Angel, and an eight-year-old shih tzu named Bella.

The Tale of a Hunter * by Harold Ash
An Autobiography
Publication Date: December 13, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 239 pages; 978-1-4931-4923-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 239 pages; 978-1-4931-4924-7
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-4925-4

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