Ndlovu – The White Elephant is a pacy story set in Zimbabwe during the turbulent years that followed Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence. The story highlights the dangers of police work in the explosive climate of a troubled country during years of the terror war and is woven around human suffering, painful endurance, and horrors that confronted the peoples both black and white. The narrative is loosely based upon the author’s own experiences in the police force of what was then Rhodesia. Thus the action of his story is set against an authentic background which the author experienced and the impeccable writing style gives a palpable vividness to the events.
A retired ex-police constable, commits murder, he flees the country but has now returned as a leader of a 'terrorist gang', he is on a diabolical mission, he is wily and ruthless but he has one fear–a reoccurring dream in which he is crushed and gored by an elephant. Tony is a police officer determined to track down a cunning and callous murderer… will he succeed and live up to his name … NDLOVU–The White Elephant?
The author has succeeded in producing a narrative with great feeling, what sets this work apart from any other similar books is the remarkable attention to detail. Not only is there the skill with words that paint a picture, but there is also an incisive insight into the characters–brought to life with vivid description and credible dialogue. From the way the author creates scenes and characters, captures the atmosphere of the moments and the emotions of the protagonists –there can be no doubt of the author’s real involvement in the events recorded.
“I was born in Kenya, and was living there during the Mau Mau years. On moving to Southern Rhodesia I enlisted in the British South Africa Police force, and was still serving there, when Terrorist Incursions followed Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence. This story is drawn from an idea, based loosely on actual events and other incidents, both experienced and heard, during my life in a 'Changing Africa'” says author Peter Good.
For more information or to arrange an interview with the author of this book, please contact Olu Akinpelu on 07790432029 or email: Press@pneumasprings.com
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