New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good minus. SIGNED. 239pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] 1/4 brown cloth with beige paper covered boards and a gilt stamped title on the spine. The boards are a bit splayed and the spine ends are gently bumped. In a dust jacket, with mild rubbing, occasional small closed and open tears in the edges, and two small open tears in the surface of the front panel. Signed by Rick Bass on the title page. From the dust jacket- "Do grizzly bears still wander the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, where they have long been considered extinct? If so, can they elude the naturalist determined to prove that these bears, perhaps smarter than all other bears, survive in the mountain wilderness? Rick Bass, along with veteran grizzly expert Doug Peacock and biologist Dennis Sizemore, search for proof- a claw mark on a tree, a tuft of fur, bear tracks- and as they search, an adventure unfolds that has as its mission the peaceful coexistence of humankind and the natural world." (Inventory #: 49438)
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