Just got done reading the aforementioned book, Col. Jeff Coopers latest book. I thought it was a great read, Col. Cooper is almost as good with a pen as a shooting-iron. It was mostly a scrapbook of a great many articles he has written through the years with some campfire and sea stories for spice. I found it quite enjoyable to get a first hand commentary of one of the last of the passing old gaurd. Lot's of great tid bits on defensive handgun as well as all around skill at arms. Col. Cooper is kind of a sportsman's renaisance-man and there's lots of stories from his ventures in Africa. I'd recomend it to anyone who's interested in the art of shooting or hunting.