Africa without Wilbur

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Africa without Wilbur

Postby tedd » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:54 pm

I've been reading a couple of books by a virtually unknown author - Keith Meadows. There seem to be several books around of his, most being non-fiction - and they are particularly well written. Because most (or all) appear to have been published in Zimbabwe for the southern African market, comparatively few seem to have been printed so they are generally scarce. If you like the African theme, then get hold of "Sand in the Wind" - it's a book WS would have loved to have written. Incidentally, he won't be writing anymore - he died in Afghanistan last year mores the pity
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Re: Africa without Wilbur

Postby Nefer » Wed Nov 28, 2007 11:51 pm

Thanks for the info!! Am wondering if I can get his books at our library... Can you give a review of the book yo mentioned? Your one sentence teaser has me thrilled!
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