DANGER, DANGER, DANGER by Dorothy- Ed. Wilson
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DANGER, DANGER, DANGER

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Here, are eighteen vividly told stories of danger; stories in which crises heighten man's passions and reveal that which is most basic in him. A barehanded encounter with a leopard, a fight against an explosive oil deposit, military clashes, a night in an eerie Tibetan monastery, peril on the Kon Tiki, terror beneath the sea, a glimpse into a volcano, clashes with cannibals, these and other incidents in which the stakes are life or death are related by the men who experienced them. A high standard of narrative writing marks this text which will have an immediate appeal both to boys and girls who would vicariously experience ultimate moments in the lives of courageous men.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1960
Publisher: Watts