By Peter H. Capstick This sequel to Death in Silent Places brings the reader back to turn of the century Africa and chronicles the influence of four of the most important big game hunters of that era: Frederick Selous, Constantine "Iodine" Ionides, John Boyes (King of the Wa-Kikuyu) and James Sutherland. 288 pages - Hardcover.
Publisher: Safari Press Date of Publication: 1992 Number of Pages: 288
Summary of Material:
The long-awaited sequel to Death in Silent Places brings a close-up look at four turn-of-the-twentieth-century adventurers
from Africa: Frederick Selous, Constantine "Iodine" Ionides, John Boyes (King of the Wa-Kikuyu) and James Sutherland. All
four made significant impacts on the history of Africa and its hunting.
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