Rampage by Alan Caillou

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Two renowned big-game hunters the German Otto von Abart and the American Harry Stanton embark on a dangerous mission to the steaming jungles of Malaya. Their assignment: to capture prize specimens for the Munich Zoo. Neither man realizes that the trip is to prove the ordeal of their lives an ordeal inflamed by the presence of von Abarts beautiful mistress Anna. As the trio battle their way through the treacherous jungle, what began as a professional rivalry soon turns into a personal rivalry as well, and the two men engage in a strange combat that can end only with the destruction of one of them. Always between them is Anna watching, waitingas much the prize as is the black killer leopard they both pursue.

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Published March 20, 2000 by iUniverse. 208 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror. Fiction

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In a number of sizzling adventure tales Alan Caillou has shuttled from one part of the world to another while his own personal adventures (The World Is Six Feet Square) explores yet another facet of life.

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