Sanders of the River
Charged with the task of engaging with the indigenous peoples of Nigeria during the colonial period, Sanders takes a no-nonsense approach that, though it may offend the sensibilities of current-day readers, is unquestionably effective. Offering readers an action-packed glimpse into a period of history that is often overlooked. Sanders of the River should be on the must-read list of every action-adventure junkie.
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Chapter IX The Wood of Devils
Chapter X The Loves of Mlino
Chapter XI The WitchDoctor
Chapter XII The Lonely One
Chapter XIII The Seer
Chapter the Last Dogs of War
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