Author Bob Faulkner grew up in blue collar
Middle America. The soot
covered snow of the factory town mid-western winters and the noxious
industrial odor of the summerís oppressively humid city streets sent
Bobís mind veering from reality and into books by Hambleton and London
and the poems of Robert Service. He dreamed of cascading streams, clear
mountain meadows and the promise of wilderness adventures.
A world detour, courtesy of the United States Marine Corps, gave Bob the
impetus to quit his roots. He joined the Los Angeles Police Department,
where he relished the excitement of life in the fast lane on the mean
Bob now lives in Montana where he enjoys fishing, skeet shooting and the
quiet time to pursue his passion with the pen. He is presently working
on a screen play and another novel.