The Life and Writings of Robert Ruark
Journalist, author, world traveler, sportsman, and syndicated columnist, this UNC-Chapel Hill alumnus was known as a "poor man's Hemingway".
- GRENADINE ETCHING (1947)
- I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED (1949)
- ONE FOR THE ROAD (1949)
- GRENADINE'S SPAWN (1952)
- HORN OF THE HUNTER (1953)
- SOMETHING OF VALUE (1955)
- THE OLD MAN AND THE BOY (1957)
- POOR NO MORE (1959)
- THE OLD MAN'S BOY GROWS OLDER (1961)
- UHURU (1962)
- THE HONEY BADGER (1965)
- USE ENOUGH GUN: ON HUNTING BIG GAME (1966)
- WOMEN (1967)
- ROBERT RUARK'S AFRICA by Michael McIntosh (1991), a collection of Ruark's magazine articles
- THE LOST CLASSICS (1996), additional hunting adventures
- SOMETHING OF VALUE (1957), available at the Robert House Undergraduate Library for viewing
- AFRICAN ADVENTURE (1962)
- A VIEW FROM A TALL HILL: ROBERT RUARK IN AFRICA by Terry Wieland (2004); despite the title, a biography of Ruark's whole life and writings.
- SOMEONE OF VALUE: A BIOGRAPHY OF ROBERT RUARK by Hugh Foster
- RUARK REMEMBERED by Alan Ritchie
- NC Writers' Network article - includes an excerpt of his writing.
- American Society of Authors and Writers article - includes additional images of the writer; click on the images to enlarge them.
- Article from Essortment.com - once you scroll past the ads, it includes some information about his early life that the other articles do not.