Adventurer's Paradise

Scobie, Alastair



Various summaries from Abebooks:

"Safari in Tanganyika in the areas of mounts Kilimanjaro and Meru and also Victoria Nyanza"

"The adventures of this acknowledged big game cameraman and what he needed to do to take the pictures he did."

"His adventures with camera and gun among the people and animals of Northern Kenya, he seems somewhat accident-prone!"

"Big-game hunter and movie cameraman in East Africa"

"Hunting in Kenya, Tanganyika and Uganda"

"Hunting and wildlife in Africa including Chapter V: �A Moonlight Crocodile Hunt� and Chapter VII: �Man-eaters�."

"A classic account of African exploration"

Book ID 913

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Scobie, Alastair Adventurer's Paradise, 1955
Page Number: Dustjacket

Alastair Scobie spends his time in the wilder parts of East Africa looking for trouble - principally wild-animal trouble. With a film camera and a gun he wanders over the long plains and steep passes of Northern Kenya, ankle deep in volcanic dust, or through gorilla and rhino tunnels, forced passages in the massed bamboo forests of the 'Mountains of the Moon' on the edge of the Congo. Wherever he goes he seeks sensation for entertainment of the millions who take their thrills vicariously through the medium of cinema or television.

Extract ID: 5198