DEATH BY MOONLIGHT by Robert Henriques

DEATH BY MOONLIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An Englishman and his wife set out for Darfur, in the Sudan, for a pleasure trip of hunting and exploration with three objectives, to hunt wild lions, to kill an elusive animal known as the kudu bull, and to become familiar with a little known region. In leisurely, candid manner he tells of their year there with little of the bravado and skittishness usually found in books of this type. Everyday setbacks, the perversities and humor of travelling, sketches of the country and native life seen, rites, dances, customs -- a pleasant book if not top-ranking.

Pub Date: Nov. 9th, 1938
ISBN: 159048097X
Publisher: Morrow