Any other fans out there? I must admit, I've been a big fan since my early teens. Can still remember reading 'Hungry as the Sea' and 'Wild Justice' into the early hours as a boy. Like a lot of writers who've written lots of books, some are better than others, some elements of repetition kick in and the odd one seemed too long. That said, I've enjoyed a range of his books in various parts of the world and loved them. They have all the ingredients of a good s**t-kicker: beautiful women, daring deeds, fast pace and an order banning them from some council libraries on grounds of political incorrectness. Oh, and they all boast the sort of rugged heroes I'd love to be but only if I can get home in time for my tea. Am I alone or are there any suggestions for a better Wilbur than 'The Leopard Hunts in Darkness'?