Wildlife officer Earl Pilgrim is on a mission. The moose population on the Great Northern Peninsula has been decimated, and he has promised the government of Newfoundland and Labrador to end the poaching threat.
Through the character John Christian, author Earl Pilgrim takes the reader into his world of stakeouts, bare-knuckled standoffs, and high-speed chases across the frozen barrens of the north.
Blood on the Hills is an autobiography. It is a tale of selfless determination involving great personal risk to carry out a mission that seemed impossible.