Finally in paperback, here are the incredible true adventures of Africa's greatest big game hunters. With the unflagging wit, attention to detail and gripping suspense that have become Capstick's trademarks, Death in the Silent Places is a truly chilling and rewarding read! Martin's.Finally in paperback, here are the incredible true adventures of Africa's greatest big game hunters. With the unflagging wit, attention to detail and gripping suspense that have become Capstick's trademarks, Death in the Silent Places is a truly chilling and rewarding read! Martin's.Read Less
Acceptable. A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact (However the dust cover may be missing). Pages can include considerable notes--in pen or highlighter--but the notes cannot obscure the text. Book may be a price cutter or have a remainder mark.
Good. 1981 St. Martin's Press Hardcover Edition. Heavy wear/creasing/small tears/chipping to Dust Jacket, small spots due to age to page edges, inscription of front endpaper, text clean with strong binding.
this is a wonderful read, that takes you to exotic places and a vanished way of life. africa as a continent has held an allure for generations of the best and brightest who where not content to stay at home. peter capstick was one such adventurer who arrived on the dark continent as it has changed into twentieth century. he writes of those who came before and left their indelible mark on that vast land and many peoples. peopled with charactors with unique nicknames such as w.d. karamojo bell and adventures with deadly and largley misunderstood big game it is a enjoyable read and i highly recomend it.
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