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Elephant Song by Wilbur Smith

Elephant Song by Wilbur Smith

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Elephant Song

by Wilbur Smith

Guild Publishing, 1991, hardcover, dust jacket

Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, age toned edges, dust jacket shows a little edge and shelf wear with a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners (see photographs)

“From under the shadow of the Mountains of the Moon and the deep, brooding forests of the Tall Trees, to the hidden opulence of Taiwan and the panelled boardrooms of power in the heart of London, a tough, determined man and a dedicated woman begin their fight against the forces of greed, evil and corruption … 
In Zimbabwe, Dr Daniel Armstrong, world-famous TV naturalist, films the slaughter of a herd elephant: closing in as their blood stains the soil and their death song echoes around he stillness of the valley, his professionalism is tinged with a deep sadness.
In London, anthropologist Kelly Kinnear is forced into violent confrontation with the shareholders of the most powerful conglomerate in the City of London, warning them of the destruction of an African country and of a people – the Bambuti – she has come to love as her own.”


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