He was a white man, whose story was so powerful that it became a tradition among the Indians of the American Plains... In 1817, after living most of his thirty-seven years as a normal seaman, Hugh Glass was given the choice to join a pirate crew or die. From that moment on, his life was an adventure that ranged from the edges of the Caribbean to the heart of the American wilderness. "HUGH GLASS" is the incredible true story of one man, whose courage and will to live despite all odds is a testimony to anyone who ever face peril and adversity. About the Author: Bruce Bradley made the decision to become a writer at the age of nine, while living in an unfinished house, thirty-five miles outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. It had no running water and television reception was ruined by a nearby missile site. The temperature often dropped to -65 degrees and stayed there for weeks at a time. Reading became Bruce's only escape. Over the years, Bradley has worked at many jobs. He's been, by turns, a cook, a sheet metal worker in a Naval shipyard, a salesman, a reporter, photographer, private investigator, a bartender and a winemaker.