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Last Orders at the Changamire Arms: Humorous Memoirs of a Rhodesian D.C.

by Robin Walker

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This very day, coming charging towards the presses like a rhino heading for the last croissant, is a book by Robin Walker. Robin is Tom Sharpe mixed with a dose of Montgomery of Alamein and lightly drizzled with essence of Alexander McCall Smith. The book, whose title is Last Orders at the Changamire Arms, tells the story of the characters he knew during the dying days of Rhodesia. It is witty, wonderfully crafted, brilliantly observed and very, very moreish.

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