Publisher: Safari Press Cover: Hardcover Date of Publication: Jan 25, 1994 Number of Pages: 315
Summary of Material (from the publisher):
Ruark's most sought-after book is back in print. In the early 1950s famous newspaper columnist
Robert Ruark and his wife, Virginia, went to British East Africa (now Kenya and Tanzania) for a
nine-week safari with their professional hunter, Harry Selby. The three of them, along with a group
of native runners, a Jeep, and an old lorry, ventured into the bush for an adventure none of them
soon forgot-and neither will you! In this book Ruark shares with you the ferocity of the wounded
buffalo and the acid sweat of fear-no other book will give you the "feel" of Africa like this one can.
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"Horn of the Hunter: The Story of an African Safari" Book by Robert C. Ruark