Walter "Karamojo" Bell spent half his life hunting in Africa, and made a fortune from the ivory trade.
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Denis Oleary (1961 - ) was born and raised in Brisbane, Australia.
In 1979 his family moved to his father's hometown in Ireland for a year. Denis remained in Ireland, and traveled extensively throughout Europe, North America, and Asia, over the next few years.
He married in Ireland and stayed there until 2008, when he moved back to Australia with his wife and three children. He now works in Brisbane in the travel industry.
Denis is working on a series of crime short stories, with a crime novel in the works.
His first adventure novel, set in the African mining industry, was published in June 2012.
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Posted November 18, 2012
A fairly-well written research paper (middle school, lower high school level). However no references were listed.