Book Review: Life and Times of Warner Glenn by Ed Ashurst
If you like stories about cowboying, conservation, mountain lion hunting, hound dogs, and good neighbors set in the southern Arizona mountians, this book is for you!
The Life and Times of Warner Glenn by Ed Ashurst starts as a family genealogy that quickly turns to short stories depicting Warner's life. His fundamental principles and talents find their way into many different pursuits. When these skills are processed by a humble, civic-minded man, the outcome is a trail of good will. Warner has certainly left a trail that is easy to track.
This hard bound book features great black and white photography and is 323 pages long. This book was signed to Sam by the author and was a gift from Sam's dad, though you can get your copy on Amazon or from Warner's granddaughter, Mackenzie, by clicking here.