Sit by the fire and enjoy Cougar Bob’s Mountain Man stories galore. There’ll be plenty of true tales told of deer hunting, whompus cat trapping, raccoon treeing, coursing hound chasing, bloodhounds man-trailing, and predator call practicing before breakfast.
Accounts of Cougar Bob’s adventures appear in “The Cougar Bob Review,” a periodic publication, and in the book, Close Calls: The True Tales of Cougar Bob, by B. J. Campbell.
How long has Cougar Bob been the source of unusual deeds and viewpoints that require periodic Reviewing? Who can say? But click here for clues on his personal page.
Looking for the book format that suits you perfectly? To purchase copies of the Paperback Close Calls book (ISBN: 978-1-936178-04-9) by BJ Campbell, ask your favorite bookstore, or order direct from Gray Dog Press: Phone: 509-534-0372, Spokane, WA http://www.graydogpress.com $14.95. eBook (ISBN13: 9781936178605, ISBN10: 1936178605), also a GDP publication, in .pdf format for use on Tablet/iPad and Computer to accommodate photos and graphics, is available on www.cougarbob.com $6.95. AudioBook (ISBN: 978-0-578-11312-8), published by Write On, is ready also on www.cougarbob.com Abridged. $12.95. Alan Sain reads the Audio version, and Allen Eickemeyer provides technical production. Theme music by Alex Henkoski, performed by the North Idaho Hat Band.
Mini-reviews from our fans of Cougar Bob:
Teresa is hogging the book, so I have to wait till she is finished.
Write on indeed. I just finished reading “Close Calls.” What a good book! It just made each story come alive.
This collection of heart-warming stories…is a tribute to Cougar Bob, his integrity, his problem-solving skills. This book is an absolute joy.
Please say hi to Bob. I feel like I know him since reading your marvelous book. It’s extraordinary he survived all of those situations.
I read your book about Cougar Bob. Loved it. I’ve been telling others about his adventures. There are few men like him today. Thanks for writing it.
What a wonderful book! It absolutely had us laughing and crying.
I was aware of the polio Bob had while in the Navy…but not how he single-handedly beat the disease with his determination. He is an example of how a person can survive such a physical setback and persevere the way he has. When I hear the name “Cougar Bob Campbell,” I think of the man he is!
I really liked Close Calls, and purchased a few extra copies for Christmas gifts.
Some great stories about north Idaho and the adventures of Cougar Bob. Funny and some great history of the region.
I will never, ever give this book away! – 5th grader and Grandson of Cindie P.