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#181067 - 12/01/13 09:50 PM PCT Trail Fiction
gnatfarmer Offline
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I thru-hiked the PCT in '02. I decided to write a fictional biography about my hike. Hot on the Trail by Harly Drum is the name of my book. It's received mostly positive reviews to this point. It's available on amazon, barnes and noble, iTunes, etc. Thanks to anyone who gives it a try.
I also have two non-fiction books published. Summit to Sea is about my hike on the PNT and Between Borders is about the PCT.

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#181081 - 12/02/13 04:23 PM Re: PCT Trail Fiction [Re: gnatfarmer]
packlite Offline
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If forum members have interest to look for these books, you can use the following links. These links are set up with this forum's amazon affiliate info, so if you buy something we get a very small commission.

  • Hot on the Trail
  • Summit to Sea
  • Between Borders


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  • Edited by packlite (12/02/13 04:24 PM)
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