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The Great Sky and the Silence by James S. Rand

The Great Sky and the Silence by James S. Rand

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The Great Sky and the Silence

by James S. Rand

Corgi, 1980, ISBN 0552114758, paperback

Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, some wear and discoloration to covers and spine, age toned pages, sticker removed from front cover, no inscriptions (see photographs)

“Africa – the world’s last untamed frontier – where the white man was god, free to carve out vast empires from a harsh and brutal land.
Piet Haydyn de Morgan, the Dukusa – Great Elephant Hunter – ruled supreme over his kingdom, killing, castrating, fornicating at will.
Robert Queen, an ambitious English Afrikaner – deadly hunter and ruthless free-booting adventurer – was determined to claim as large an empire for himself.  Accompanied by young Joachim van Zyl, son of a Boer father and Zulu mother, and supplied by Morgan with wagons, food and rifles, Queen set out on a long, harrowing journey into unknown territory.  Hunting wild animals, fighting warring tribes, the two men were tested to the extremities of existence.  But set apart from the violence and hardship were the beautiful women of every colour to be seduced and despoiled…”


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