I was passing Waterstones in Exeter on Saturday and saw a window display for this book.
If you love Dartmoor and wildlife I suspect that this book is for you. I’m halfway through it and am spell bound.
Here is what Waterstones have to say about it – it will give you an idea of what to expect .
A beautiful lost classic of nature writing which sits alongside Tarka the Otter, Watership Down, War Horse and The Story of a Red Deer
This is the story of Wulfgar, the dark-furred fox of Dartmoor, and of his nemesis, Scoble the trapper, in the seasons leading up to the pitiless winter of 1947.
As breathtaking in its descriptions of the natural world as it is perceptive its portrayal of damaged humanity, it is both a portrait of place and a gripping story of survival.
Uniquely straddling the worlds of animals and men, Brian Carter’s A Black Fox Running is a masterpiece: lyrical, unforgiving and unforgettable.