My Brother But One by T.M. Clark

My Brother But One

By T.M. Clark

  • Release Date: 2013-12-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
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'You can smell the dust of Africa, feel her pain, and marvel at her incredible beauty in this sprawling tale.' — TONY PARK, author of The Delta and Ivory.

Set against a magnificent backdrop of Africa across the decades, this epic saga explores the traditions and violence between the white and black families of rural Africa.

Scott Decker and Zol Ndhlovu are partners in a private game reserve in Zimbabwe. They have a friendship borne from Africa — a brotherhood that endures the generation gap and crosses the colour barrier.

Australian Ashley Twine is a thirty-something dynamic achiever who portrays herself as a confident businesswoman. When a gender mix-up secures her a position on a volunteer program in the Hwange National Park, Ashley gets a chance to take stock of her life and reassess her situation. But chauvinistic, yet handsome Scott — who runs the operation — is adamant she isn’t cut out for the job, fearing her safety.

After Ashley witnesses firsthand the violence and devastation left behind by poachers, Scott finds himself torn between wanting to protect Ashley or forcing her to leave Africa for her own safety…and his sanity. But after working so closely together, Ashley and Scott can no longer deny their feelings…or be apart.

However, nothing can prepare Ashley for being ambushed and held captive by the psychopathic Rodney — an old enemy of Zol’s from a war fought years before. And now that their world has been threatened, circumstances begin to take hold of all their lives which will shape and change them forever…

Praise for MY BROTHER BUT ONE

‘A fun summer read’ — Marie Claire Magazine

‘Before reading My Brother-But-One by T.M. Clark, I had only a hazy idea of events in Zimbabwe from school days... I had to wait for T.M. Clark to teach me that – and boy, was it worth it’ — Sam Still Reading

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