These are previously uncollected works of Robert Ruark, edited by Michael Mcintosh. Ruark’s tales of African hunting not only explore the animals and their habits, but also why people hunt dangerous game.
This book is a compilation of short or condensed Ruark stories.It offers an inside look at what Ruark loved best in this world; Africa. Some stories are better than others, but it is all great reading.(It is no “Horn of the Hunter!)
Ruark wrote with an eloquence seldom seen in the literary world today. He understood the power of the written word and had the ability to string together sentences and thoughts which are a pure pleasure to read. He should be a “Must Read” for every journalism student.