Book Review: Neither Predator Nor Prey

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sun, 08 Feb 2009 15:42:00 GMT  <== RKBA ==> 

Mike Vanderboegh has reviewed Mark Spungin's novel, Neither Predator Nor Prey. Bottom line: buy it. $20 via check or money order to Mr. Spungin's Guernsey, Wyoming address, credit card via a phone call, or PayPal. I used PayPal.

For all of you who are needing something to occupy you until Absolved comes out, I can think of no better substitute than this tale from Mark Spungin.

Mark is a retired US Army Master Sergeant who spent three years in the Regular Army and thirty years in the Wyoming Army National Guard. A Viet-Nam veteran, he served as a rifleman with Company B 1st of the 7th Cavalry in 1966. His Wyoming Guard service included the jobs of engineer and medic, and he spent the last five years in the Guard as State Marksmanship Coordinator. In civilian life, he worked as a truck driver, hard-rock miner, and Registered Nurse. A long-time competitive shooter, Mark is a Distinguished Rifleman, Distinguished Pistol shot, earned the National Guard Chief's Fifty Badge and currently serves as president of the Wyoming State Shooting Association (WSSA).


Rated five out of five stars on the Sipsey Street scale, with an extra asterisk for really creative ways to dispose of dead bodies, Neither Predator Nor Prey is a must read for Three Percenters.

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