Yukon Tenderfoot

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Four “city slickers” crawl out of a plane wreckage to face the problems of the Yukon.

Fortune seems to favor the men and they find an abandoned, well-stocked cabin. They enjoy their discovery — until the owner comes home.

A story of survival that changes every man in the group. More

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Published by AKW Books
Words: 94,630
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301496495
About Fred Hernandez

Fred Hernandez was born and raised in a small central Wisconsin community south of where he now resides with wife Linda and their three Border Collies.

Fred and Linda both like to work outdoors; landscaping, tending their gardens, Koi ponds and living a private life.

He currently works in the engineering field. His job history, the people he has met and his bumps and bruises have given him over three decades of fuel for his novels.

He has been writing for several years as a hobby. Yukon Tenderfoot is just one of his four novels. His other novels are Ambushed and The Gray Area. He is currently working on Puzzles his latest novel. He has also completed one short story titled Deadly Package.

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Review by: Mary Elizabeth Fricke on Sep. 22, 2013 :
What an adventurous read! Just the image of four hoity-toity congressmen being the only survivors of an airplane crash in the middle of the Yukon Wilderness is hysterical enough…and not necessarily on humorous venues. But, these guys experience it all….and in ways you cannot imagine until you read and discover, with them, yourself. There are moments of pure ignorance when you just want to roll your eyes; moments that make you want to applaud and moments that will reduce you to tears. Yukon Tenderfoot is not without its mystery or its own brand of intrigue. From the crash on you cannot help but wonder 'will they survive?' Will they appreciate what they learn along the way? Fred Hernandez captures the Yukon and its inhabitants with remarkable accuracy and his characters with memorable spirit.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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