To quote internationally renowned hunter-author Craig Boddington; “In Ndlovu you will find more genuine information, more passion, more respect and more tidbits of pure gold than in the sum of the many books on elephant hunting that have gone before.” Indeed, no other single book exists which conveys as broad a view and so wide a range of subjects relating to the African elephant.
While primarily a manual, or ‘how to’, on elephant hunting, every reader, not only big game hunters, will discover a wealth of interesting facts, anecdotes, history and bush lore. Some 300 photos, diagrams, tables and illustrations amply augment the 80,000 words of text. Controversial subjects are tackled head on and several contributing authors provide expert and up-to-date information on big bore weapons, cartridges and ballistics.
Finally, feast on the grandeur of the ‘Tuskers Gallery’ filling the last fifty pages of this unique publication. Once again Richard Harland has combined his hunting and writing skills into a volume unlikely to be equalled, making it a must for every outdoorsman’s library.