Wildlife Dies Without Making a Sound, Volume 1
Terry Grosz goes back to his early years as a California State Fish and Game Warden in Volume One. Poachers commit wholesale slaughter on innocent creatures, and catching them has been sometimes dangerous, sometimes humorous, but always vital to species survival. Terry Grosz dealt with set-guns, cold stakeouts, and unusual detective work to catch the most dedicated of animal killers. And at last, Terry Grosz writes about "The Ronald Reagan Factor" and other political obstacles to wildlife law enforcement.
Terry Grosz's memoirs have excited thousands of readers, and have been valuable in the instruction of the next generation of wildlife law-enforcement officers. Terry Grosz has been a champion for those in the world of wildlife who have little or no voice and those Americans yet to come.