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William Paterson Jelley By Preller Geldenhuys
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Bill Jelley commanded No’s 2 and 4 Squadron, Royal Rhodesian Air Force, Thornhill, Gwelo. He commanded Flying Wing New Sarum, Salisbury, where No’s 3, 5, 7 and 8 Squadrons were based. He... More > ferried Provost aircraft from the United Kingdom to Rhodesia, attended Staff Course in South Africa and was decorated by the President of Rhodesia for Meritorious service to the Air Force. Bill served the Air Force, and his country, with distinction. He was an Officer and Gentleman in the true sense of the word.< Less
Mercenary Exotique By J. P. Young
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An American woman working in an insurgency-racked Asian nation on a beyond top secret mission goes missing. To avoid US Government involvement, a former Air Commando Colonel sends in a strike force... More > of highly experienced, eccentric and expendable international mercenaries to find her and bring her home safely...whether she wishes to return or not. The stick of Rhodesians find themselves pursued by the most savage hunter-killer horde on the planet in a blood soaked nerve racking rescue mission that mustn't fail...< Less
Mercenary Exotique By J. P. Young
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An American woman working in an insurgency-racked Asian nation on a beyond top secret mission goes missing. To avoid US Government involvement, a former Air Commando Colonel sends in a strike force... More > of highly experienced, eccentric and expendable international mercenaries to find her and bring her home safely...whether she wishes to return or not. The stick of Rhodesians find themselves pursued by the most savage hunter-killer horde on the planet in a blood soaked nerve racking rescue mission that mustn't fail...< Less
Killing Robert By Rod Sinclair
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Zimbabwe on the brink. After almost thirty years of independence with political murder and intimidation rife and an economy in freefall the country is in turmoil. Robert Mugabe, the former terrorist... More > leader and the world's darling of the 1980s has turned Zimbabwe's economy from a breadbasket to a begging bowl, and some in the government of Zimbabwe know that he has to go, willingly or not. Terry Nhlongo, former ZANLA cadre, embassy chief of security and heroin distributor; Mike Graham, former Rhodesian Light Infanty, British Para and hotelier, Cedric Mutazu, ZANU PF minister for internal security and head of the Central Intelligence Organization, all have a destiny that will collide in an explosive and violent climax in the mountains of that dying country. KILLING ROBERT is the explosive new novel from Rod Sinclair, author of the critically acclaimed " Peter Fraser novel" series.< Less
Persona Non Grata By Bart Wolffe
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This collection of stories explores the life of individuals and minorities in an African context. Heightened description of a world of wonder, danger and hidden emotions comes to light at every turn... More > of the page. The white refugee from Mozambique accused of murder, the National Parks Ranger on the run from the ZNA - Zimbabwe National Army, the ex-Rhodesian soldier coming to terms with his past and finding himself crossing the colour barrier of multi-cultural relationships in the process, the Film Professor with an obsession for capturing his victims forever in memory, the alcoholic artist angry with his muse, the young journalist with a personal story that won't make the pages of the daily press: here are several lives that are so much more than characters, fleshed out with passion and individual problems, adjusting to their African context - a lost generation from a white tribe in black Africa, perhaps?< Less
Persona Non Grata By Bart Wolffe
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This collection of stories explores the life of individuals and minorities in an African context. Heightened description of a world of wonder, danger and hidden emotions comes to light at every turn... More > of the page. The white refugee from Mozambique accused of murder, the National Parks Ranger on the run from the ZNA - Zimbabwe National Army, the ex-Rhodesian soldier coming to terms with his past and finding himself crossing the colour barrier of multi-cultural relationships in the process, the Film Professor with an obsession for capturing his victims forever in memory, the alcoholic artist angry with his muse, the young journalist with a personal story that won't make the pages of the daily press: here are several lives that are so much more than characters, fleshed out with passion and individual problems, adjusting to their African context - a lost generation from a white tribe in black Africa, perhaps?< Less
Killing Robert By Rod Sinclair
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Zimbabwe on the brink. After almost thirty years of independence with political murder and intimidation rife and an economy in freefall the country is in turmoil. Robert Mugabe, the former terrorist... More > leader and the world's darling of the 1980s has turned Zimbabwe's economy from a breadbasket to a begging bowl, and some in the government of Zimbabwe know that he has to go, willingly or not. Terry Nhlongo, former ZANLA cadre, embassy chief of security and heroin distributor; Mike Graham, former Rhodesian Light Infanty, British Para and hotelier, Cedric Mutazu, ZANU PF minister for internal security and head of the Central Intelligence Organization, all have a destiny that will collide in an explosive and violent climax in the mountains of that dying country. KILLING ROBERT is the explosive new novel from Rod Sinclair, author of the critically acclaimed " Peter Fraser novel" series.< Less
Kudu Ridge By Joe O'Neill
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This story centres on an ex soldier from Rhodesia who moved onto one of the farms in the Alldays region of the Transvaal close to the Rhodesian border. The ex- soldier Dave Edwards was forced to... More > leave behind everything, which his family had built up over six generations; first as pioneers then as farmers, he and his wife were forced to start from scratch with a border war now moving to South Africa it was as if Dave had been at war his entire adult life. Soon after arriving in South Africa fate deals him a cruel blow, a blow that directly leads to Dave reversing his fortunes. A chance find of an ancient Bushmen temple is the key, which allows Dave to recover from his misfortunes. Dave rises from the depths of despair to become one of the richest men in Southern Africa, Dave along with his wife create one of South Africa’s business dynasties< Less
Persona Non Grata By Bart Wolffe
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This collection of stories explores the life of individuals and minorities in an African context. Heightened description of a world of wonder, danger and hidden emotions comes to light at every turn... More > of the page. The white refugee from Mozambique accused of murder, the National Parks Ranger on the run from the ZNA - Zimbabwe National Army, the ex-Rhodesian soldier coming to terms with his past and finding himself crossing the colour barrier of multi-cultural relationships in the process, the Film Professor with an obsession for capturing his victims forever in memory, the alcoholic artist angry with his muse, the young journalist with a personal story that won't make the pages of the daily press: here are several lives that are so much more than characters, fleshed out with passion and individual problems, adjusting to their African context - a lost generation from a white tribe in black Africa, perhaps?< Less