Warden Force: Grim Witness and Other True Game Warden Adventures: Episodes 14-26 (Paperback)
Warden Force Season 2
Warden Force is a collection of award-winning short stories currently spanning seven volumes. Each story reveals the true adventures of California Fish and Game Wardens and the wildlife-destroying outlaws they pursue. These stories illustrate the wide variety of wildlife-related problems wardens face in California, which has a greater diversity of wildlife and wildlife habitat than any other state and is second only to Alaska in its vast expanses of wilderness.
Book 2 - Grim Witness: Episodes 14 - 26
A Matter of Little Choice: Wardens hunt down an exceptionally large and highly dangerous wounded mountain lion. A true game warden adventure story.
The Meaning of Pursuit: A true game warden adventure story. Fleeing felons and a wild, white-knuckle ride for a reserve game warden.
Gambler's Luck: A big-rig load of alfalfa holds a surprise hidden in a chamber among the bales.
The Departure of Bully's Luck: A cruel bully gets what he deserves. A true game warden adventure story
Pollard on the Rock: An alert clerk at a one-hour photo shop sends wardens in search of outlaw houndsmen.
Fools and Small Victories: A warden targets a particularly destructive brand of violator. A true game warden adventure story.
Renegades: A true game warden adventure story. Wardens target a destructive pair of elk poachers.
Bear Crazy: A warden investigates the poaching of an exceptionally huge bear, killed with a broad head arrow at a garbage dump
A Message Delivered: A true game warden adventure. Wardens hunt down antler thieves.
Sting: Wardens close in in a band of abalone poachers, a true game warden adventure story.
Cave Man: California wardens tangle with a wild-looking, hairy, commercial crab fisherman from Oregon. A true game warden adventure story.
Skinny Bob: California wardens go undercover to capture commercial reptile rustlers, a true game warden adventure story.
Grim Witness: True game warden adventure story. Dangerous pot-growing poachers use pipe bombs to kill king salmon.