The Book That Makes Dying by Heart Attack Seem Downright Boring Simply by living a normal life, you have an excellent chance of becoming yet another statistic on the list of leading causes of death. But Buck Tilton prefers to ponder the alternatives. In How to Die in the Outdoors, he presents 150 more interesting and unique ways to perish, from snake bite, elephant foot, rhino horn, and more With witty prose, Tilton describes not only the details of how you can die--some intriguingly gory, yet all based on facts--but also ways to avoid death should a life-threatening situation arise before you're ready to leave this world for whatever afterlife there may be.
About the Author
Buck Tilton is a wilderness medicine expert and instructor. The founder of the Wilderness Medicine Institute, he has authored over 40 books, including Wilderness First Responder and Backcountry First Aid and Extended Care. He is the recipient of the Paul Petzoldt Award for excellence in wilderness education, the Warren Bowman Award for contributions to wilderness medicine, and the Ben Franklin Award, given to the second best humor book of the year. He lives in Lander, Wyoming.