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African Dawn

by Tony Park

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Could not get further than page 75. ( )
  RistoZ | Oct 20, 2012 |
What a brilliant book! Well written, fast - paced, lots of action, love, sex and an in-depth knowledge of the trauma suffered by Rhodesians/Zimbabweans during the 1980's. Tony Parker weaves a well-balanced novel about humans and animals whilst dealing with the devastating current slaughter of our rhinos. Throughout this book I had to keep querying whether it was a novel or real-life story. His research is deep and his understanding of life and politics in this troubled country at that time, is very perspicuous. ( )
  dannN | Mar 24, 2012 |
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Set in the colourful and savage African landscape, a spellbinding epic adventure of betrayal, tragedy, love and loss.

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