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by Nicholas Proffitt

  • Author: Nicholas Proffitt
  • ISBN: 055328715X
  • ISBN13: 978-0553287158
  • ePub: 1670 kb | FB2: 1904 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Bantam; Reprint edition (June 1, 1991)
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Edge of Eden ePub download

Nicholas Proffitt's novel Gardens of Stone was based on his service as a member of the 3rd .

The discovery of a mutilated body of a man in 1978 Kenya leads to a hunt for. Nicholas Proffitt's novel Gardens of Stone was based on his service as a member of the 3rd . Infantry detachment detailed to serve as the honor guard at Arlington National Cemetery outside Washington, . After his military service, he graduated from the University of Arizona with a journalism degree and went to work for Newsweek as a reporter, subsequently.

In the meantime, Adrian, like Proffitt's earlier heroes, works out his ambivalence toward his country and his heritage by going off on a rampage as violent as that of his prey

In the meantime, Adrian, like Proffitt's earlier heroes, works out his ambivalence toward his country and his heritage by going off on a rampage as violent as that of his prey. Although the corruption that's sanctioned the poaching will go on even after the final assault on Fisi, both Peter and Adrian will end up decorated with medals and appropriate consorts. Not as riveting as Proffitt's first two novels, but, still, a rousing, sweet-sour tale of justice triumphing over natural and official obstacles-all in an African setting evoked with urgency and love.

Nicholas Proffitt, a war correspondent for Newsweek in Vietnam and BeirutĀ . The book was made into a film, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, in 1987. Continue reading the main story.

Nicholas Proffitt, a war correspondent for Newsweek in Vietnam and Beirut who also wrote a novel and a screenplay based on his service in the honor guard at Arlington National Cemetery, died on Nov. 10 at his home in Naples, Fla. He was 6. The eldest son of a career Army sergeant, Mr. Proffitt spent his childhood on military bases around the country. In 1961, after graduating from high school, he enlisted in the Army. He then took a test and was accepted as a West Point cadet, only to drop out after a semester.

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By Nicholas Proffitt. This is the setting for Nicholas Proffitt's new thriller, "Edge of Eden," a novel that combines all the archetypes of detective fiction and male adventure romance with a National Rifle Association idea of hunting as conservation

By Nicholas Proffitt. This is the setting for Nicholas Proffitt's new thriller, "Edge of Eden," a novel that combines all the archetypes of detective fiction and male adventure romance with a National Rifle Association idea of hunting as conservation. It shoots at doing for black Africa what "Gorky Park" did for the Soviet Union.

Nicholas Proffitt reveals a postcolonial government grown corrupt and flatulent with the gains of independence beingĀ .

Nicholas Proffitt reveals a postcolonial government grown corrupt and flatulent with the gains of independence being stolen away. A NEWSWEEK bureau chief in Nairobi, he writes with knowledge, compassion, and realism about the beautiful country, its peoples and customs, its wildlife, and its imperiled future.

Edge of Eden