Fiction Award (Book), Wyoming Historical Society, 1999. 
A small-time hunting guide gets into trouble when a pushy client and his attractive wife come to Wyoming to hunt.

A novel of the contemporary American West, Keep the Wind in Your Face takes place in the big outdoors.  It features men and women, horses and big-game hunting, and a strong sense of landscape as a presence in the action.  It portrays adventure that is realistic to the modern West, with a healthy absence of television melodrama. This novel has a spare but eloquent prose style that matches its subject.

“Nesbitt pulls readers into the tale through his good, strong dialogue and descriptions, and gripping action. . . . Keep the Wind in Your Face is an entertaining and exciting novel.”

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