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How to Kiss a Crocodile By Max Walker

This story is a little second hand.  But isn’t that how great stories develop? Basically, not even the facts of this one have been changed to make it more interesting.   Isn’t it funny how the more dangerous a situation may have appeared at the time to all but those involved, the event becomes quite hilarious in hindsight?  Anyway, judge for yourself in the story of three colleagues whose boat sank into a billabong full of crocodiles in the black of the night.

 




Other Books by Max

The Volunteers By Max Walker and Gerry Gleeson

The volunteers are famous for the great job they did at the Sydney Games, no two ways about it.  Sydney was the smiling face of Australia and the volunteers were our best ambassadors.  This is a unique history of ordinary Australians’ contribution to our greatest sporting achievement – the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.   Its […]

Cricketer at the Crossroads By Max Walker and Neil Philipson

Max brought with him a wealth of tall tales when he crossed Bass Straight.  He has never tired of telling them and since touring the world has added an international variety. Max’s book, Cricketer at the Crossroads is like his game, honest, straight to the point with a little bit of humour thrown in for […]

How to Tame Lions By Max Walker

It would appear that there are many people out there who share Max’s warped since of humour and an immense enjoyment of life and its situations.  This book is basically an anecdotal romp.   Somehow the problems and burdens of life don’t seem quite as worrying if you can laugh or smile at yourself.   […]