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Scatterlings of Africa Peter E. Davies

Scatterlings of Africa

Peter E. Davies

Published May 7th 2006
ISBN : 9780955440908
Paperback
344 pages
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A compelling, high-octane novel of racial, tribal and ideological conflict that will almost certainly draw criticism from the politically correct brigade, Scatterlings of Africa is a fast paced thriller, set in Rhodesias war against terror.MoreA compelling, high-octane novel of racial, tribal and ideological conflict that will almost certainly draw criticism from the politically correct brigade, Scatterlings of Africa is a fast paced thriller, set in Rhodesias war against terror. Rhodesia became Zimbabwe in 1980. Its December 1972 and Lieutenant Ron Cartwright is obsessed with defending his country against insurgents in a vicious civil war. Comrade Gumbarishumba Gadziwa is equally determined to win the fight for Zimbabwe to be restored to his people. While abduction, intimidation, torture and worse are going on in the war zone, the cities, towns and many farms remain safe, idyllic havens where Rons wife Angela and their young children live in relative comfort. But the stress of their separate lives is taking its toll, and the arrival of Angies cousin Mark, who she hasnt seen since she was a child, adds fuel to an already tense situation. The tentacles of war spread, plots cross, and life will never be the same again.