Decimated by drought and poacher's bullets, the last of Africa's majestic elephants face extinction. They are pursued by a "great white hunter" who relies on modern technology to process them as food for the starving natives.
He is opposed by his former partner who is determined that the beasts shall not pay the price for man's inability to manage his resources wisely.
"Hammond Innes shows great depth of understanding of the complex strands that make up the ecology of a region." (Best Sellers)
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In a bullet-scarred game lodge, Colin Tait waits to interview hunter turned conservationist, Cornelius van Delden. The occasion is the first wildlife conference after an African war. Van Delden's entrance triggers off a confrontation that takes Tait on a journey through Africa.From the Publisher:
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1977. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0002214229