Jim Corbett: Master of the Jungle

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Safari Press, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 243 pages
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These are the riveting, true-life tales of the legendary Jim Corbett and the man-eating tigers and leopards he tracked and killed in India hi the early part of this century. Corbett, who was one of this century's greatest hunters and a noted naturalist, was a modest man; consequently, his memoirs of his exploits, while exciting, downplay the courage and resourcefulness that marked Corbett's hunting career as extraordinary. Werling has produced a hunting biography that is an accurate account of these events. Gripping in its intensity, this book is hard to put down!

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About the author (1998)

Werling is a retired US Army Lt. Col. After retirement he started and manages a wholesale distribution company that sells products imported from Thailand.

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