Flowers in the Sand

Flowers in the Sand

Clive Algar / Dec 15, 2019

Flowers in the Sand Trapped by tragic circumstances in a dusty Namaqualand mining town during the Anglo Boer War Emma Richardson must degrade herself to survive Then the town is besieged by Boer fighters led by their t

  • Title: Flowers in the Sand
  • Author: Clive Algar
  • ISBN: 9780620476959
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Trapped by tragic circumstances in a dusty Namaqualand mining town during the Anglo Boer War, Emma Richardson must degrade herself to survive Then the town is besieged by Boer fighters, led by their tortured commandant Manie Smit, and Emma is faced with a fateful choice With her vision of the ephemeral desert flowers in her mind, she sets out alone on foot by night on aTrapped by tragic circumstances in a dusty Namaqualand mining town during the Anglo Boer War, Emma Richardson must degrade herself to survive Then the town is besieged by Boer fighters, led by their tortured commandant Manie Smit, and Emma is faced with a fateful choice With her vision of the ephemeral desert flowers in her mind, she sets out alone on foot by night on a desperate mission to create a new future for herself.

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      Published :2019-09-20T18:21:24+00:00

    About "Clive Algar"

      • Clive Algar

        Formerly a group executive in an international mining company, Clive began to write novels when he retiredazon dp B00E9EP0BM


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    1. If you like a book with a little romance, a lot of adventure and a dash of intrigue then Flowers In The Sand by Clive Algar is a book for you. This historical fiction based in South Africa around 1901'ish is a hard to put down novel.I really like the way the author developed his storyline. There was just enough background historical info to make the story believable and real. I found the story easy to read and follow and with enough plot twist to keep me glued to the story.Clive Algar did an exc [...]


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