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Between the Sunlight and the Thunder (Sc)

by Keith Meadows

Few countries have felt the tumult of the winds of change more than Kenya, Congo, and the country once known as Rhodesia. It was former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan who made those words famous in Cape Town in February 1960 when he addressed the South African government. By that time Gil Freeman had already felt the full force of the violence brought on by these winds. On a farm at the... Read More
$35.00

The Lost Classics of Robert Ruark

by Robert Ruark

These are the magazine stories that Ruark wrote in the 1950s and 1960s, but were never published in book form. Some of these stories will make you laugh out loud while others will bring a tear to the eye of even the toughest disposition. Ruark was one of America's most enduring writers whose... Read More
$35.00

Where Lions Roar

by Craig Boddington

This is the sequel to From Mt. Kenya to the Capeand it includes hunts for big game in Ethiopia, the Central African Republic, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, and Botswana-an unparalleled hunting accomplishment. From the steaming jungles of the Congo basin in search of the elusive bongo to the arid bushveld of Zimbabwe for leopard, Boddington pursues... Read More
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Horn of the Hunter

by Robert Ruark

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... Read More

Death in a Lonely Land

by Peter Capstick

From the author of Last Horizons, Peter Hathaway Capstick now presents Death in a Lonely Land, a second volume of his hunting, fishing, and shooting adventures on five continents—stories collected from such magazines as Outdoor Life, NRA’s American Hunter, Guns & Ammo, and Petersen’s Hunting.

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$36.99

Tracks Across Africa

by Craig Boddington

Craig Boddington's first African hunting book, From Mount Kenya to the Cape, chronicled his hunting exploits from 1977 to 1986. Since that time he has written a book every ten years on his African experiences. Now he's back with Tracks Across Africa, which chronicles his third decade of African hunting. He actually hunted in about twice as much territory and for twice as many days during the last... Read More
$39.95

The Adventures of Shadrek

by Ron Thomson

This is the story of a man called Shadrek, a descendant of one of Shaka Zulu's generals, whose elephant-poaching exploits in Zimbabwe's Gonarezhou National Park were legend. In his day there was nobody who could touch this poacher and hunter extraordinaire. During the 1960s and 1970s every resident in the towns and ranches of the Zimbabwean Lowveld knew about and spoke about Shadrek. Between 1965 and 1975 Shadrek ran rings around the game rangers and police who tried to catch... Read More
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Breath of Africa

by Pierre Decoster

Some hunters go to Africa to collect animals; others go to have a change of scenery and a simple vacation away from it all; few, however, go to gain extensive experience in hunting big game in Africa for the sheer thrill of it. Pierre Decoster is one of the few. Decoster is interested in more than just Africas game; hes interested in its culture, people, and in being on a continent that is by all counts fifty years behind the rest of the world. These are the magnets that have drawn... Read More
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From the Cape to Kasserine

by Craig Boddington

It was way back in 1987 that Craig Boddington published his first “Ten Years in Africa” book, and neither the author nor the publisher had any idea what they had started.  Boddington had been in Kenya in 1977 just before it closed and had, by the time his first African hunting book came out, taken around a dozen safaris. Now, he is approaching his 100th safari to Africa—surely a record of some sort. From the Cape to Kasserine is Boddington’s fourth ten-year book chronicling his African hunting

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Bwana Babu Kwaheri

by Dr. Joseph Greenfield

Dr. Joe Greenfield, a quail-hunter-at-heart, was enticed to Africa by his longtime friend and hunting buddy, professional hunter Joey OBannon. What Joey couldnt change was his quirky attitude toward becoming a big-game hunter. While Bwana Babu (Master Grandfather) eventually became very excited about hunting Cape buffalohe even proclaimed himself to be an Africa nuthe never became interested in... Read More
$39.95

BUFFALO II!

by Craig Boddington

In his new book, Craig gives great information on hunting “swamp buffalo” from Mozambique, and he discusses the importance of buffalo
sustainability for generations to come—the how, where, and why of looking for an aged buffalo bull with hard bosses. He also shares his experience with a true, full-blown, pressing-it-home, you-or-him buffalo charge...

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$39.95

Ask the Namibian Guides (signed by author)

by Diana Rupp

In recent years Namibia has become one of the most popular destinations for safari hunters, both first-timers and old Africa hands alike. If you've ever wondered what it would be like to hunt in this country, this is the book for you. The information comes not from people who have visited there once or twice, but straight from the ultimate... Read More
$39.95

Elephant!

by Craig Boddington

So much has been written about the elephant hunters of yesteryear that there is niche of collectors who only concentrate on this genre. And rightly so, as elephant hunting literature is rich and varied and has brought forth some of the most memorable writings on Africa ever. However, very little is ever written on modern elephant hunting. And strange as it may seem, many of the largest elephants shot in the history of Africa have actually been shot... Read More
$39.95

A Sporting Life

by Jose A. Martinez De Hoz

Most books about big-game hunting are written by or are about famous hunters, and, frequently, these books of derring-do only relate the success stories and not the things that can go wrong or the hunts that failed. Martinez de Hoz considers himself an "average international hunter," and writes to an audience who yearns to understand the difficulties an amateur faces when going on safari, and he justifies his writings... Read More
$39.95

Out in the Midday Shade

by William York

When he was only sixteen, William York traveled to the Sudan, seeking an adventurous life hunting exotic animals. By the time he turned eighteen, he had already shot 250 elephant! This determined youngster crisscrossed the southern Sudan on his own, with only a small band of hired help, and made a living from ivory hunting before he was even eligible to vote! Read about how he learned to feed his men after his cook was eaten by a lion; how he traversed the Lado Enclave eschewing big tuskers in favor of... Read More
$39.95

Buffalo, Elephant, & Bongo

by Reinald Von Meurers

Many people have been on safari but few have been on safari alone! Dr. Reinald von Meurers's record is unique: He has been on twenty-five self-guided hunts in the Cameroon; he has hunted from Lake Chad to the border of the Congo; and he has gone after elephant, bongo, buffalo, and a host of other animals over a period of nearly two decades. Follow him as he faces bull elephant deep in the rain forest (more... Read More
$39.95

It Shouldn't Happen

by Kevin Doctari Robertson

Doctari (aka Kevin Robertson) is well known for his superlative series of books on shot placement, including Nyati, The Perfect Shot, and Africa's Most Dangerous, which is a complete dissertation on the Cape buffalo that also includes shot placement. These books have become classics in their time because of the authority, the experience, and the descriptive powers... Read More
$39.95

Kambaku!

by Harry Manners

This is the enduring life story of Harry Manners, one of the greatest elephant hunters of all time. Harry Manners was born in Grootfontein, South Africa, on 17 November 1917 to an English father and a German mother. When young Harry was six, his family moved to Loureno Marques, then the capital of Portuguese East Africa, now Mozambique, where his father worked as a shipping agent. Harry shot his first elephant when still a teenager using an old 10.75mm Mauser rifle, and he was so successful-the elephant had tusks of over eighty pounds per side-that this set him on his course for life... Read More
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Incidents from an Elephant Hunter's Diary

by W.D.M. Bell

Once again the legendary Karamojo Bell marches through the wilds of Africa-traversing a land virtually untouched by modern civilization in search of adventure and ivory. The Africa Bell knew is now long gone and seemingly very far away, but, in reality, his travels took place only about a century ago. Join us as Bell takes us to a land with vast herds of wildlife living in rough equilibrium with the native human populations.

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TALL TALES

by Buzz Charlton

Few people need an introduction to Buzz Charlton, made famous over the last decade with a series of elephant hunting DVDs set in Zimbabwe.  If you haven’t seen them, you should—they have the power to raise the hackles on an 800-pound dead gorilla.  Buzz is also known for shooting crop-raiding Problem Animal Control (PAC) elephants and ornery, cranky tuskless cows in the thick jesse bush of the Zambezi Valley.  This sort of hunting quickly distinguishes the men from the boys—it is definitely not for the faint of heart.   In fact, at a recent safari convention Buzz admitted to us that he was doing less of that type of hunting because he wanted to see his girls grow up.  This does not mean he has stopped going after elephants, but rather he is now concentrating his hunts along the Mozambique border for trophy bull elephants . . . as if that is a tame way to spend one’s professional career!

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Warrior

by Peter Capstick

Peter Hathaway Capstick died in 1996. At the time of his death, the world-renowned adventure writer was putting the finishing touches on this, a stirring and vivid biography of Colonel Richard Meinertzhagen, a man with whom he felt he had much in common. Edited and prepared for publication by his widow, Fiona Capstick, Warrior is Capstick’s riveting farewell to his fans and the final addition to the bestselling Peter Capstick Library.

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$39.99
Available October 2020

Mzee Never Miss

by William Pritchard

One of the ironies of the hunting world is that, by the time many hunters have enough money and time to go on long, expensive hunts, they feel they are too old to do so. William R. Dr. Bill Pritchard, however, blows this assumption out of the water. His new book, Mzee Never Miss, is subtitled How to do the hard hunts in your 60s, 70s, and 80s, and Pritchard has done just that, going on numerous mountain... Read More
$40.00

That's Africa

by Anno Hecker

Anno Hecker arrived in Tanzania in 1955, fell in love with Africa, and decided to stay. He applied for a job with the tsetse department as a field officer, served as a tsetse control officer and an honorary game warden, and taught at the Game Warden Training Centre, College of African Wildlife Management. In the 1980s, when a friend wounded an elephant, he asked his professional hunter, a Masai, whether he... Read More
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African Game Trails

by Theodore Roosevelt

There are safaris and then there are safaris, and it is in the latter category that the African hunt of Teddy Roosevelt and his son Kermit definitely falls. Leaving New York harbor in March 1909, the pair set forth via ship and arrived in Mombasa, Kenya Colony. After their arrival, they took the railroad to Nairobi where a virtual whos who of Kenya came to pay their respects to the... Read More
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