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Peter Hathaway Capstick (1940-1996), a former Wall Street stockbroker turned professional adventurer, was critically acclaimed as the successor to Hemingway and Ruark in African hunting literature. After giving up his career, the New Jersey native hunted in Central and South America before going to Africa in 1968, where he held professional hunting licenses in Ethiopia, Zambia, Botswana, and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Capstick also served in that most perilous of trades--Elephant and Buffalo Cropping Officer. In addition to writing about hunting, he was also featured in an award-winning safari video and audio tapes. Captstick settled in Pretoria, South Africa with his wife Fiona until his death at age 56.
"If high adventure teetering on the edge of abject terror is your bag, then Capstick is your man. Nobody does it better!" --Denver Post "The master storyteller of African adventure..." --The Outdoor Journal "Capstick is an exceptionally fine writer, capable of involving all of the reader's senses." --The Miami Herald