Wilbur Addison Smith (born January 9, 1933 in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) is an author of adventure novels. When he was eight years old, his father gave him a .22 Remington rifle, which sparked Smith's lifelong love for firearms. He published his first novel, When the Lion Feeds in 1964. In May 2000, Smith married his second wife Mokhiniso Rakhimova.


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  • A Falcon Flies aka Flight of the Falcon (1980)
  • Men of Men (1981)
  • The Angels Weep (1982)
  • The Leopard Hunts in Darkness (1984)

Stand-alone Novels

  • The Dark of the Sun (1965)
  • Shout At the Devil (1968)
  • Gold Mine aka Gold (1970)
  • The Diamond Hunters (1971)
  • The Sunbird (1972)
  • Eagle in the Sky (1974)
  • The Eye of the Tiger (1975)
  • Cry Wolf (1976)
  • Hungry As the Sea (1978)
  • Wild Justice (1979)
  • Elephant Song (1991)

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