A Time to Die

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Random House, 1990 - Fiction - 448 pages
13 Reviews
In pursuit of a legendary elephant, Sean Courtney, an ex-army colonel who leads safaris in Zimbabwe, crosses the Mozambique border and finds himself and his party caught in a civil war and at the mercy of an enemy guerrilla commander

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Review: A Time to Die (Courtney #7)

User Review  - Mark Edlund - Goodreads

Historical fiction Smith continues this series focussing on Sean Courtney. He is a safari leader of a rich American and his liberal daughter. Old enemies resurface, action and hunting scenes are very ... Read full review

Review: A Time to Die (Courtney #7)

User Review  - Kwartas - Goodreads

one of the most epic journeys I've taken in a book... Read full review

About the author (1990)

Novelist Wilbur Smith was born in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia on January 9, 1933. He graduated from Rhodes University. He has writen more than 20 novels, which have been translated into 26 different languages. The Dark Side of the Sun, Wild Justice, and Shout at the Devil have all been adapted as films. Smith says that Africa is his major inspiration, and currently he has over 30 novels published.

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