More to This Life

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Wheatmark, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 164 pages
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Alec is thirty-something and caught on the nine-to-five London treadmill. He dreams of a way out, but feels trapped. Meanwhile, news of his native Zimbabwe rushing toward meltdown is making headlines across the world, and adding to his confusion. An unexpected turn of events transports Alec to a wild and beautiful setting, searching for smuggled emeralds that may not even exist. But he may find more than he hoped for...

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An excellent novel which I stumbled across in WHSmith. It provides an unusual yet intriguing look at the situation in Zimbabwe when it first escalated, and its gripping story is guaranteed to keep you in suspense. The book does end quite abruptly, but is one of a number of "bottom-shelf" books which raises questions about life that make you think. St Michael is a writer which I would hope to see more of in the future. Highly recommended. 


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