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MAN-EATERS AND JUNGLE KILLERS
by Kenneth Anderson
Product Code: 23515759
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overview - MAN-EATERS AND JUNGLE KILLERS
Called upon to rid affected locality of the prowling man-eaters, Anderson the hunter rises to the occasion. Step by step he takes the reader through the adventure, explaining his modus operandi and the terrible excitement and lurking danger. Stirring tales of wild animal's cunning pitted against human wit and presence of mind told by the ace hunter and master story-teller himself.
About the Author
Kenneth Anderson hailed from a Scottish family settled in India for six generations. His father (Douglas Stewart Anderson) was superintendent of the F.C.M.A. in Poona and dealt with the salaries paid to military personnel, having an honorary rank of captain. His father also had a rifle and often hunted for waterfowl. Even though his father was not a hunter of man eating carnivores, he was the person who had the most influence on Anderson's decision to become a hunter. Anderson did his schooling from Bishop Cotton Boys' School and studied in St. Joseph's College, Bangalore. He was employed by the British Aircraft Factory in Bangalore (HAL Later) in the rank of Factory Manager for Planning. He owned nearly 200 Acres of Land across Karnataka, Hyderabad and Tamil Nadu as stated in his books. He had a son Donald Anderson (1937–Present) who was also an avid hunter.
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