Malcolm Brooks grew up in the California Sierras around Gold Rush and Native American sites, which kindled a lifelong interest in both the myths and the realities of the American West. A carpenter by trade, he has lived and worked in Montana for most of two decades. His fiction and essays have appeared in a variety of publications, including Montana Quarterly, Sports Afield, Outside, and Fly Lines: Best of Big Sky Journal Fishing.
Malcolm Brooks recommends
Fly Me (2017)
"Standing right at the corner of Don Winslow and Exile on Main Street, Daniel Riley conjures something remarkable-an unerring fusion of contemporary white-knuckle thriller and rawly elegant period piece, set at the moment the Vietnam-era counterculture cracked open wide enough to fly a skyjacked plane through. Absolutely first-rate. I loved this book."
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