Roderick Haig-Brown

Roderick Haig-Brown (1908-1976) came to the Northwest from England as a young man, settled along the Campbell River on Vancouver Island, and became the dean of North American angling writers. His books include The Western Angler, Return to the River, and A River Never Sleeps.

Books by this Author


The story of a friendship between two men and a woman they both love, set in the Northwest woods during the heyday of steam logging.

out of print

On the Highest Hill

The complex story of a shy young man whose life and fate are ruled by his love for a woman and a place — the...

| paperback | $15.95

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