“Bill Fairbairn has written the book that I, as the correspondent for a British newspaper in East and Central Africa during the 1960s, often meant to write – a novel that put the struggle to end colonialism in lively human terms. And he has done it so well. The friendship and adventures of Daniel, the Zambian long-distance runner with his rival, a South African policeman, lighten the story as they explore race relations in America’s Deep South and then are embroiled in the Zimbabwe insurgency. A great tale with a quietly moral message.” Clyde Sanger.
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