Enter the jungle and be enthralled by the ferocity and terror of the animals of India in this first volume of The Kenneth Anderson Omnibus.
Summary of the Book
Kenneth Anderson?s love for the jungle and its creatures is legendary. In this collection, he reveals some of the most terrifying creatures of the jungle and their tribulations with mankind and its actions.
Tales From The Indian Jungle
In this collection, Anderson presents eight stories of the Indian jungle. He speaks of colourful creatures like the Sambar stag, the spotted deer, the Bengal Tiger and a dark-skinned panther.
Man-Eaters and Jungle Killers
Anderson presents eight more stories of the Indian jungle and the ferocious man-eaters that have ravaged mankind. He presents the stories of big cats and other wild animals so unforgettable that their names have the power to terrify even today. Among these stories are the tales of The Ramapuram Tiger, The Sangam Panther and The Mamandur Man-Eater. However, perhaps Anderson?s most difficult kill might not even be a carnivore.
The Call of the Man-Eater
In these eight tales, Anderson describes how uneducated villagers could imagine the animals in the shadows to be demons and ghosts. He presents both terrifying and heart-warming accounts of humans and their association with animals.
About Kenneth Anderson
Kenneth Anderson was a British writer and hunter born in India. He is remembered mostly for his books on wildlife and his hunts, including: Nine Man-Eaters And One Rogue, The Black Panther of Sivanipalli and Other Adventures of the Indian Jungle, The Call of the Man Eater and Jungles Long Ago.
Anderson studied in Bangalore and worked at the British Aircraft Factory in Bangalore. Among his notable kills are the Sloth bear of Mysore, the Leopard of Gummalapur, the Leopard of the Yelagiri Hills, the Tigress of Jowlagiri, the Tiger of Segur and the Tiger of Mundachipallam.