Empress Gold Paperback – 30 Oct 2013
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About the Author
Jeffrey Whittam was born in Lancashire, England in 1947. His formative years in Southern Rhodesia were spent fishing, hunting and exploring the wilderness. Still in his early twenties, Jeffrey became a prospector of note and sold his first gold claims in 1973. For the best part of the bush war, he fought with the Rhodesia Regiment's 10th Battalion. He now lives in the wilder reaches of Lancashire's fell country with his wife, children and three dogs.
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His attention to detail, exciting but believable storyline for someone who has lived in neighbouring Zambia during some of the timespan of the story, leaves the reader in the same page turning mode as the earlier Wilbur Smith books used to.
A cracker of a tale. Can't wait for the next one.
If you are a fan of Wilbur Smith, then you'll love the Jeffrey Whittam books.
It is rare for me to find an author whose style of writing i am completely happy with.....some leave me wondering how on earth they managed to get a publishing deal. This is not the case with Jeffrey Whittam. His writing is so descriptive and 'colourful' that it leaves me in no doubt that he knows what he is writing about. Bring on your next book, Jeffrey!!
Can't wait for the next installment...
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