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Good Books #7419521
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Just finished 2 good books. American Marxism by Mark Levin and Beyond Biden by Newt Gaingrich. Levin's book was a real eye opener and now I seem to be able to recognize even the subtle things being said and done. The other was just a good read and has some interesting stuff in it. Just my take.


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7419747
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American Marxism is on my "to read list" trukn8. I'll have to check out the one from Newt.
I read the "Naked Communist" years ago and I think it is applicable today as well.

Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420008
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The grinch that stole christmas is a good one-good song too.
I dont think its politically correct though.

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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420340
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I have been getting into the Jim Corbet stuff. He wrote of his own experiences tracking and shooting man eating tigers and leopards in India.


“What’s good for me may not be good for the weak minded.”
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Re: Good Books [Re: Leftlane] #7420378
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Originally Posted by Leftlane
I have been getting into the Jim Corbet stuff. He wrote of his own experiences tracking and shooting man eating tigers and leopards in India.

Some Great reading , along with
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Any of Peter Hathaway Capsticks books


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420386
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Another Favorite


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420397
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Read any book by these authors:
Jim Corbett
Peter Capstick
Robert Ruark
Russel Annabell
Frank Hibben
Gene Hill
Theodore Roosevelt
Tony Sanchez Arino

If you narrow the topics you want covered or prefer to read I can give specific titles


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420418
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Lions in the path by Stewart Edward White

Tales of trails in the far north by Mike Potts


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420421
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I've been reading a few books by CJ Box. Writes about a game warden in WY. All fiction, but good stuff.


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420466
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The one I'm reading right now and the next one on the pile.

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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420478
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Crow Killer & Liver Eating Johnson are good ones about John "Jeremiah" Johnston. the book is much more brutal than the movie and a darn good read


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420527
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Re: Good Books [Re: 330-Trapper] #7420589
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
Originally Posted by Leftlane
I have been getting into the Jim Corbet stuff. He wrote of his own experiences tracking and shooting man eating tigers and leopards in India.

Some Great reading , along with
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Any of Peter Hathaway Capsticks books



Kenneth Anderson too!


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420600
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Just finishd the “Gold Coast” by Nelson Demille. A good read.

Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420634
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Leftlane, I just finished Anderson’s “the tiger roars “, it’s a good one!

Also “Hunter” by J. A Hunter
And “ elephant hunting in east equatorial Africa“ by Arthur Neuman


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420653
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If you like Elephant Hunting try these

The Wandering of an Elephant Hunter by Bell
Adventures of an Elephant Hunter by Sutherland
Hunting the Elephant in Africa by Stigand
Elephant by Blunt


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Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420663
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330 recommended a gray wolf book that amazing.

I recently finished a book about the red wold program in NC. Should be easy to find on Amazon. I have met several of the people in the book.

Re: Good Books [Re: turkn8rtrapper] #7420686
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Just finished this one. [Linked Image]


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Re: Good Books [Re: MikeTraps2] #7420730
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Originally Posted by MikeTraps2
If you like Elephant Hunting try these

The Wandering of an Elephant Hunter by Bell
Adventures of an Elephant Hunter by Sutherland
Hunting the Elephant in Africa by Stigand
Elephant by Blunt

Excellent Reading


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Re: Good Books [Re: 330-Trapper] #7420738
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
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Another Favorite

Indeed.
I'm gonna read it AGAIN. smile
Guy was one tough.......


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