A good short book on mule deer hunting techniques for open desert country (the Great Basin, Arizona, East Oregon, etc). The author focuses on a bow-hunting technique that he thinks is the most productive - glassing from a good vantage point for 1-4 hours at a time, finding bucks bedding down, and then stalking close for a good shot. He spends some time on hunt planning, choosing optics, how to spot deer, how to plan and execute a stalk, tips for making shots, and some practical tips on caring for meat, choosing clothes, and packing gear.
The tone is super humble (at least half of the hunting stories end with the author missing the shot) but also practical. I came away feeling like I might be able to pull off a stalk with some practice, and I'm excited to give some of Schuh's techniques a try.