The Lion Killer

The Lion Killer[Ebook] ➣ The Lion Killer ➩ James S. Gardner – Bluevapours.co.uk James Gardner weaves both the brutality and the compassion of modern Africa into his thriller, The Lion Killer His protagonist, Rhodesian war hero, Rigby Croxford is hired by the unscrupulous American James Gardner weaves both the brutality and the compassion of modern Africa into his thriller, The Lion Killer His protagonist, Rhodesian war hero, Rigby Croxford is hired by the unscrupulous American litigator, Max Turner to rescue his son from Congolese Rebels after a peaceful safari to see the Mountain Gorillas turns into a bloodbath of rape and murder Croxford is apprehensive about Max s hidden agenda, but it s too late to back out The adventure has twists than the The Lion PDF/EPUB or Zambezi River with danger at every bend He takes his readers through the visual wreckage of Zimbabwe to the genocide wreaking havoc in the Sudan You will experience Africa s cruelty from a front row seat and you will discover the kindness of people who have nothing left but hope You ll know the earthy smell of the bush veldt and the perfumed scent of a Ugandan jungle.

James S Gardner is an avid adventurer who has frequently found himself in harrowing situations in the company of very dangerous people in the back country of Africa His startling and thrilling fiction includes characters based on those people and placesHe is an accomplished author and screenplay writer whose most recognizable works are his Dark Continent Chronicles adventure thriller series and non fiction works including An Autopsy of Zimbabwe and The Pulse of Africa.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 230 pages
  • The Lion Killer
  • James S. Gardner
  • English
  • 15 May 2017

10 thoughts on “The Lion Killer

  1. Sally Parcels says:

    Africa at its most gruesome This book portrays Africa as the gritty backward collection that we all know and wish we didn t It is an accurate depiction of poverty and the cures of ignorance It is all so an accurate depiction of the prevalent racism that continues to plague progress on that continent There is little beauty in this book but it tells a good story.

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