Have You Ever Dreamed of Going Bear Hunting in the Alaskan Wilderness?

Worldviews Collide, and the Emotions and Actions Are as Volcanic as the Land, when a Sheik Travels to Alaska to Hunt Brown Bear in "Ring of Fire: An Alaskan Adventure," the Harrowing Tale by Author Tanyo Ravicz - Free on Amazon for a Limited Time!
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Ring of Fire by Tanyo Ravicz
Ring of Fire by Tanyo Ravicz
Jan. 2, 2015 - PRLog -- Master hunting guide Hank Waters, a former Navy pilot, runs a wilderness lodge on the Alaska Peninsula. The opportunity of his career comes when Prince Tariq, the Crown Prince of Rahman, arrives in Alaska to hunt brown bear. Waters has always been ambivalent about guiding his wealthy clients to hunt the bears that he loves, and his fears are not groundless. Exploiting their privilege, the Prince's men violate one law after another in a rising spiral of transgression. Can Hank Waters and his staff — Kim the young Aleut woman, Frenchy the irascible cook, Betty the victim of hopelessness — maintain order among so many men accustomed to having their way in the world? How far should Waters go to accommodate his guests in exchange for the money he will earn?

Download your free copy of Ring of Fire: An Alaskan Adventure on Amazon from January 2 - 6, 2015 by visiting http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PJJR7QW.

Set in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War, far from the centers of civilization, this short novel charts the destructive collision of two worlds, the world of global power, finance, and high technology, and the world of the American past, independent, idealistic, and itself compromised by its excesses. In the wake of the tragedy that unfolds, the climactic bear hunt is charged with moral excitement. Ring of Fire: An Alaskan Adventure is a parable of power and corruption and the fugitive virtues of simplicity and love.

“A tour de force … the author delivers a series of explosive surprises.”
         —Shana Loshbaugh, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

“Violence, danger, rescue, romance, and writing that sweeps you along like a river at full flood.”
         —Jane Morris, Primeval Press

“A worthy addition to that literary genre in which men and women face their personal demons … against a breathtaking and unforgiving landscape. Mr. Ravicz can exhibit a lyricism that goes beyond storytelling to literature.”
         —Phil Wagner, The Iconoclast

“A master with his descriptions of settings as well as action … thought-provoking fiction that tests the human moral code.”
         —Michel Violante, Reader Views

About the Author:
Tanyo Ravicz's books include Alaskans, A Man of His Village, and Ring of Fire. His fiction and essays are widely published, most recently in International Literary Quarterly. He was born in Mexico City and brought up in L.A. He graduated from Harvard University in 1984.

After living on the East Coast and in Europe, Ravicz moved to Alaska, stayed many years, and worked as, among other things, a wildland firefighter and cannery hand. He homesteaded land on Kodiak Island, where he returns every summer. Alaska fired his passion for the natural world and became a focus of his writing. He lives in California.

Visit his webpage at http://www.tanyo.net or his Amazon author page at http://www.amazon.com/Tanyo-Ravicz/e/B00JEU8FAY to learn more.

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