Alastair Scobie (b.1918) was an author, big game hunter and movie cameraman.
Please note, this page contains affiliate links, which means Shakari Connection receives a commission if you make a purchase using these links.
Animal Heaven by Alastair Scobie (1953). Scobie hunts big game with a camera. There are some chapters on white hunters, like Peter Young. The story in words and photos of the author's 1950s safari in the Kruger National Park.
Adventurer's Paradise by Alastair Scobie (1955) is his account of his wanderings with a film camera and a gun over the long plains and steep passes of Northern Kenya. Ankle deep in volcanic dust, through gorilla and rhino tunnels and bamboo forests of the 'Mountains of the Moon' on the edge of the Congo. Wherever he goes Scobie seeks sensation for the entertainment of the millions who take their thrills vicariously through cinema or television. Free eBook
Murder For Magic: Witchcraft In Africa by Alastair Scobie (1965) is a blend of popular anthropology and lively story-telling about ritual murder and witchcraft in Africa.
Women Of Africa by Alastair Scobie (1960) is a scarce work which focuses on the lives, marriage customs and social status of women primarily in southern Africa and Nigeria.
Men Against The Sun by Alastair Scobie (1959) is an account of a long journey from the Cape to Uganda, then over to Mauritius, with time spent investigating the townships of Johannesburg, touring Rhodesia, investigating big game rackets, diamond smuggling, opium and booze running.
Kangaroo Shoots Man by Alastair Scobie (1949) is a detective novel about a cartoon director in Hollywood.
So She Sent Flowers by Alastair Scobie (1946) is Scobie's first crime fiction, set in London's underworld with 'Potato Face Madigan' as the central nasty.
The Cape Town Affair by Alastair Scobie (1952) is a novel.
Murder A La Mozambique by Alastair Scobie (1950) is a novel.
Page Updated: May 2021