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An Incredible Adventure Awaits in Daniel B. Botkin’s Debut Novel

Readers experience romance, danger and suspense in the African safari

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

Environmentalist Daniel B. Botkin’s love for life on earth has brought him far and wide to study some of the fascinating species in the African continent. This experience becomes a foundation of his first novel, Tsavo: Oddball Researchers Use Data and Guns to Save African Elephants.”  With his artistic powers owing to his love for music and language, he has created a book that features elephants and other wildlife that will surely capture not just the readers’ minds but also their very hearts.
In this enthralling tale, readers follow a group of American and British scientists who went to Tsavo National Park in Kenya in order to conduct a jumbo census that aims to assess the park’s abundance. Their mission also includes protecting the endangered animals from aggressive poachers. But their excitement soon turns to fear as they get involved with the elephant poachers. To make matters worse, some elephants also turned against them. The men and women have to do everything to survive. Amidst the danger and the tension, several romances bloomed. Will they all make it out alive?
Dr. Botkin showcases his flair in telling stories with his intricate yet relatable language, one rich with metaphors and imagery. His knowledge on the African wildlife is clearly reflected in his writing, making it an absorbing foundation of the book.
About the Author
An environmental scientist, Daniel B. Botkin has spent a considerable part of his life studying life on earth. His thirst for knowledge brought him to some of East Africa’s nature parks and wildlife habitats where he had the opportunity to study and observe the wild elephants and work to save the endangered species. The research also extended to bowhead whales, sandhill and whooping cranes. His keen power of observation inspires most of the details in his debut novel, “Tsavo: Oddball Researchers Use Data and Guns to Save African Elephants.”

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