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This autobiographical account of life in the Outback during the 1920s and 30s tells of Tom Cole's 30 years in Papua New Guinea. He operated as the first professional crocodile shooter in the country, risking life and limb hunting from frail canoes in wild and sometimes unexplored country. Cole worked with everyone from cannibals and missionaries, to government officials and the larger-than-life characters still drifting around the Pacific after the war. He raised a family and established a coffee plantation in the midst of it all.


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