THE SHOOTING MAN'S ENGLAND by Patrick Chalmers

THE SHOOTING MAN'S ENGLAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The English scene through the eyes of the shooting man. The sport, the game, the life and the country. To every man who has shot in England, especially the Britisher born and bred, there is a definite and distinctive thrill, a sort of magic in the idea of ""shooting in Scotland"". This book catches that spirit and the result is a picture of indescribable charm. The market is wide: for sportsmen, travelers and those who, perchance, are forced to stay home and worship from afar. All will delight in it.

Publisher: Lippincott