Afflecj Grey does an excellent job of collecting all of the press reports and eyewitnesses of the elusive "Am Fear Liath More" of Ben MacDhui in the Scottish Grampian Highlands. The book is well documented and fascinating and puts forth some theories as to what may be at the root of the Grey Man phenomenon. Affelck Grey doesn not try to force anything on the reader but allows the reader to form his or her own opinion as to the matter. he is also not overly gullible and has no qualms about poking fun at himself as he does in several personal anecdotes. The main faults of the book are a fairly dull literary style, which makes the book slow reading as well as a large number of Scotttish terms whihc makes it hard for non-Scots to follow. But on the whole, an excellent book. This short (146 pp.) little book was used by Colin Wilson in his "Unsolved Mysteries" collection.