RUNNING DOGS & ROSE’S CHILDREN

RUNNING DOGS & ROSE’S CHILDREN

by Eric George de Jong. Eric de Jong’s book is not just an honest and personal account of his life from when he and his wife, Jenny, adopted three children whose mother was dying of cancer, it is also in many way an historical account of the times when Robert Mugabe...
Demand a Brave Heart

Demand a Brave Heart

Demand a Brave Heart by Barry Stranack. A turbulent childhood and having Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) a condition almost unrecognised when Barry Stranack was a young boy, is no easy start to life.  When his parents divorced he and his brother...
Facing Down Fear

Facing Down Fear

Facing Down Fear by John Sharp. Internationally recognised as one of today’s most respected, ethical and larger-than-life professional hunters and a passionate conservationist, this fascinating memoir is also about John’s love for Africa and his desire and...
LIVING THE WILDLIFE

LIVING THE WILDLIFE

LIVING THE WILDLIFE by Ian Whyte. Ian Whyte’s original reason for writing this absorbing book was to pass on his life’s experiences for his children and grandchildren.  It is actually more than that – full of anecdotes, thrilling escapades, researched facts and...
Saving the Last Rhinos

Saving the Last Rhinos

Saving the Last Rhinos: The Life of a Frontline Conservationist by Grant Fowlds, co-authored by Graham Spence. Grant’s first and abiding love was for goats. Growing up on a farm in the Eastern Cape of South Africa he gained true understanding and admiration for the...
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