Robert Chester Ruark was one of the mid-20th centuries "larger-than-life" characters: journalist, author, world . The Honey Badger" may be the best novel I have ever read. The frightening thing about it is, I see myself reflected in the story. It was hard to put down.
Robert Chester Ruark was one of the mid-20th centuries "larger-than-life" characters: journalist, author, world traveller and big game hunter and in this, his last work, it is impossible to fathom where Ruark finishes and Alex Barr, the principal character starts.
The Honey Badger" may be the best novel I have ever read.
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Born Robert Chester Ruark J. to Charlotte A. Ruark and Robert C. Ruark . After his first half dozen books or so, Ruark continued to write, though few of his later novels matched his earlier successes. The Honey Badger (1965). Use Enough Gun: On Hunting Big Game (1966). Ruark, a bookkeeper for a wholesale grocery, young Ruark grew up in Wilmington, North Carolina. His brother, David, was adopted, and little is known about him. The Ruark family was deeply affected by the Depression, but still managed to send Robert to college. In 1960, after a bittersweet visit to his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina, Ruark left the .
Robert Ruark, well known author and hunter, in his book "The Honey Badger" describes as follow : "There is a bloody brave little animal called the honey badger in Africa. It may be the meanest animal in the world.
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Robert Ruark Speaks from his heart and soul
Robert Ruark Speaks from his heart and soul. com User, March 22, 1999. This is a PEOPLE's BOOK.
by. Ruark, Robert Chester, 1915-1965. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Honey Badger by Robert Ruark (1965) was his last book, published posthumously. It is the story of an author from when he's in college until he dies. Use Enough Gun: On Big Game Hunting by Robert Ruark (1966) was published posthumously and is a collection of segments from his earlier works. Illustrated with original etchings of Bruce Langton.