East of the Sun

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Ballantine Books, Jun 12, 1988 - Fiction - 571 pages
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"A grand historical romance . . . Filled with passions, heartbreak and death." Chicago Sun-Times. Liliane. Carolyn. Courtney. For half a century, they would devote themselves to the people of Simbayo, women healers bringing faith and hope to a beleaguered land . . . and to each other.

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User Review  - mrsdanaalbasha - LibraryThing

Bickmore debuts with a historical romance loosely based on the tumultuous history of 20th century Africa amid the dismantling of European colonialism. The bloodshed accompanying the founding of Zaire ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shannon Kelly - Goodreads

Historical fiction...very intersting story which spans several generations of women in Africa, from the Congo to South Africa. Slightly over dramatic at times, but a good read. Read full review


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