Author(s): Frank Miniter
From tying a tourniquet to tying a bowtie, "The Ultimate Man's Survival Guide" teaches guys the skills, attitudes, and philosophies they need to be the ultimate man and is the essential guide for every red-blooded male. Do you know how to fight off an alligator? Throw a four-seam fastball? Mix the perfect martini? How about Ben Franklin's "13 Rules of Improvement"? Learn all of the above and more in the new paperback edition of Frank Miniter's "New York Times" bestseller "The Ultimate Man's Survival Guide". Broken into seven sections - survivor, provider, athlete, hero, romantic, cultured man, and philosopher - Miniter teaches guys the skills, attitudes, and philosophies they need to be the ultimate man. Packed with real-life anecdotes and detailed line drawings that walk you step-by-step through everything from tying a tourniquet to tying a bowtie, "The Ultimate Man's Survival Guide" is the essential handbook for every red-blooded male. Whether you're a father, husband, brother, or boyfriend, this book shows you how to be a man that even James Bond would envy.
Frank Miniter is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Ultimate Man's Survival Guide and The Politically Incorrect Guide[trademark] to Hunting. A frequent commentator on radio and television, he is currently the Director of Communications for the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF). Prior to CSF, Miniter was executive editor of American Hunter (an NRA magazine), and senior editor of Outdoor Life. Miniter is also the ultimate man. He has run with the bulls of Pamplona, snowshoed the Klondike, hunted Russian bear in Kaleria, and has survived everywhere from the Amazon to the streets of Manhattan. He lives in New York.