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Summary

Winter is a favorite season for Bears, rough, gruff, hairy, and wonderful men who have the heft and fur to keep them warm despite the drop in temperature. In The Bears of Winter, acclaimed editor Jerry Wheeler has collected stories of ice harvesters, a kidnapped Santa Claus, and sleeping bag sagas. Adventure, passion, and romance while it's cold outside. So pull up a chair, light the fire, grab a mug of your favorite cold-weather drink and settle in for some marvelous tales.

©2014 Jerry Wheeler (P)2014 Lethe Press

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  • 07-03-17

Good stories, terrible reader

It is a real shame that there are several excellent stories here, but they are totally disguised by perhaps the worst reader I have encountered. This reader sounds like he's reading to a 5 year which is funny/gross when he's reading the occasional sex scenes. He doesn't know the pronunciation of a number of words. These stories are worth reading, but you'll want to do the reading yourself.

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