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Zimbabwe's Stolen Property  by   Cliff McIlwaine




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Zimbabwe's Stolen Property  by   Cliff McIlwaine

UK price:  £16.68   US price:  $21.73    Kindle
Format: Paperback
Pages: 416
ISBN-10: 024460813X
ISBN-13: 978-0244608132
Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.6 x 22.9

"This is certainly an important book which will make a significant contribution to Zimbabwean political history." - Professor C.H. Muller, MA (Wales), PhD (London), D.ED (SA), DLitt (UOFS), Editor. Zimbabwe's Stolen Property is a sequel in a series relating to the case book of psychic investigator, Doctor Patrick McKinleigh and his sidekick Doctor Tendai Tambare - into historical unexplained cold case files. Zimbabwe's Mysterious Mountain Disappearances was published in 2015 and was reviewed in ZIMBABWE INDEPENDENT in November - "This book is probably one of its kind, blending the fiction-novel genre with authentic background research. . . that is bound to keep the reader hooked to the end.

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Pages:  736
ISBN-10: 1326182986
ISBN-13: 978-1326182984
Product Dim: 15.2 x 4.1 x 22.9 cm

A riveting and profound read. This intriguing book retains its momentum from beginning to end. The mysterious disappearances of people in the mist-enshrouded mountains of the Eastern Highlands are used effectively to lay bare much of a dark past. It contrasts events in the new Zimbabwe of the nineties against Rhodesia and a fractured pre-colonial history. It kept me spellbound. Africa holds a unique fascination amidst its exotic landscape and Cliff McIlwaine captures and brings together an assortment of colourful characters from different cultural backgrounds which enhance the dramatic tensions. A magical combination of the prosaic and the spiritual creates fascinating insights into the social, political and historical ethos of Zimbabwe. An enjoyable novel which certainly held my attention.
Prof C.H.Muller, MA (Wales), PhD (London), D.ED (SA), DLitt (UOFS), Editor.