By Peter H. Capstick. In this work, Capstick recounts his 1985 African safari first hand, comparing Africa as it is now to the Dark Continent that so many professional hunters have documented in the past. Witty humor and insightful comments prove that Capstick is just as capable of telling his own story as he is recounting the adventures of other hunters. Accompanied by beautiful photography, this book is considered by many to be the authoritative account of hunting in modern day Africa. 240 Pages - Hardcover.
Publisher: St. Martin's Press Date of Publication: 1987 Number of Pages: 288
Summary of Material:
An exciting first-person adventure in which the author returns to the long grass for his own dangerous and very personal excursion. Picks up where Capstick's earlier books left off in terms of ecitement and beautiful detail of African hunting.
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