By Peter Hathaway Capstick. There is grass in Africa that could hide a tall elephant, so something as small as a lion or wounded buffalo becomes the hapless hunter's grim reaper. Stare down the double-barrel shotgun nose and black eyes of that wounded buffalo, watch in slow motion as the fury of a black-maned lion crashes out of the bush. Colorful details and breathtaking images - described as only Capstick could - make this one of the classics of African sporting literature. 297 Pages - Hardcover.
This is the book that made Capstick's name synonymous with hair raising tales of the African bush. He portrays the great
killers of the African bush in all their ferocious and bloody glory in story after story of hunting and living in Africa.
Publisher: Safari Press
Date of Publication: First published in 1977
Number of Pages: 297
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