The Howling of Holcomb Peak

Adventurous school teacher Jack Carment faces a unique challenge at school which compels him and several of his students and new friends to climb a challenging mountain and face a perplexing court case.
Filled with both exciting outdoor adventure and anecdotal classroom scenes, the story weaves an adventure tale together with some creative problem solving and philosophy. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
  • Words: 40,300
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301167470
About Mark Doherty

Mark Doherty was born and raised in the Colorado Rockies where he developed his passion for both the outdoors and music. After graduating from Western State College of Colorado with a BA in English and Writing, he moved to Moab, Utah where he worked as a guide, musician, and carpenter for nearly ten years. After meeting his wife, he moved to the Salt Lake City area to work as a teacher. He still teaches full time, but hopes someday to retire and write full time. In 2016 he completed his MA degree in English, Creative Nonfiction and has produced his sixth manuscript for which he is currently seeking publishers. In his free time, he and his wife spend as much time as possible hiking, skiing, ocean kayaking, bicycling, and backpacking. He still plays music daily for his high school students.

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