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Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by Curt Dawson, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. Curt Dawson

    Curt Dawson

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    I think of him as the blue collar version of Heminway.Best known to many of you for:"Use Enough Gun","Horn of The Hunter","The Old Man and The Boy","The Boy Grows Older".Which are all still in print.But if you are past 40 I recomend you try to find a copy of"The Honey Badger".Published after his early death from hard living in 1965.INMHO his best work!
     
  2. mitchshrader

    mitchshrader Deceased

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    read it. it did rock. been ages.. musta been ? late 60s or so ,

    you read Uhuru ? I don't even remember the book hardly, Africa, Mau Mau, some spooky stuff back then.. but the title stuck with me. I remember it as a good one..
     


  3. Curt Dawson

    Curt Dawson

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    Yep;got"Uhuru",Something of Value","Poor No More","Horn of The Hunter","Use Enough Gun","The Old Man and the Boy","The Old Man's Boy Grows Older".
    The last two are must reads!
    :)
     
  4. mitchshrader

    mitchshrader Deceased

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    W.E.B. Griffin .. do it, if you like historical fiction, good stories. they're ALL good, if you like one you're hooked.