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Sons of Africa

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Zimbabwe 1980. The war is over, but ancient conflicts between the two main tribes - Robert Mugabe's Shona in the north and Joshua Nkomo's Matabele in the south - are still simmering. Soon, they will spill over into a civil war where blacks will fight blacks, and white families caught in the crossfire will die. Twin brothers, Greg and Clay Buckley, are locked in a war of their own to win the love of their childhood friend, Tara Flynn. Their sibling rivalry ends in a vicious fight that will have a devastating impact on their lives and the lives of everyone around them. Mugabe's North Korean trained armies are poised to carry out the systematic destruction of the Matabele nation. The Buckleys' farm stands in their way. Already weakened by the rift between the brothers, there is little left to protect the land and its people from the advancing hordes. The blood of black and white Africans is about to stain the rich red earth of Zimbabwe once more. And things will never be the same again.
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Product Details

Edition
First
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
276
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.51 MB
Product ID
17377637

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