New York: Prentice-Hall, 1953. Hardcover. Third printing. Autobiography of the American-Argentinian adventurer, guide, and sportsmen who claimed to have successfully hunted more than 300 jaguars in the Mato Grosso jungles of Brazil. His accomplishments in pursuing the large and often dangerous cats are all the more impressive as he was armed only with a spear on many of his hunts. 266 p. with textual photographs and endpaper maps. Octavo. Original patterned cloth-covered boards over a green cloth spine, with yellow titles. The signature of celebrity gossip columnist Lloyd "Skip" Shearer appears on the front flyleaf. The dust jacket is a trifle faded along the spine, with a crease to the front flap and some mild edgewear. A very good copy. Very good / Very good. Item #70536

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