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Poacher
     

Poacher

by Leon Mare
 

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Sam Jenkins is a game ranger in the Kruger National Park, an untamed African wilderness the size of Israel.
Poacher is an action-packed romantic thriller which gives the reader a glimpse of what the tourists never see - the real Africa. Sam is a man who puts his trust in the laws of nature rather than in those of man.
The lucrative but dangerous trade in rhino

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Sam Jenkins is a game ranger in the Kruger National Park, an untamed African wilderness the size of Israel.
Poacher is an action-packed romantic thriller which gives the reader a glimpse of what the tourists never see - the real Africa. Sam is a man who puts his trust in the laws of nature rather than in those of man.
The lucrative but dangerous trade in rhino horn and ivory has been re-classified to the status of organised crime.
Sam lives as a hardened bachelor at the Nwanetzi outpost and has, for the first time in his life, fallen in love. He has a fiancée who loves him to distraction, and he is a contented man.
All this changes when Linda enters his life. She is determined to make Sam her own, and she sets out to stalk him with the stealth of a hunting leopard.
Sam Jenkins gives new meaning to the saying "Africa is not for sissies".

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781515143635
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/10/2015
Pages:
206
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

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Meet the Author

Leon Mare was born in South Africa and lived close to the Kruger National Park for most of his life. He was involved in extensive wildlife research, and spent all of his free time in the African wilderness. Dr. Mare has an intimate knowledge of the wilder side of Africa, which is reflected in most of his work. He has written several TV drama series, and produced a TV documentary on the indiscriminate killing of marlin during billfish competitions on the east coast of Africa. This resulted in a major paradigm shift to tagging and releasing these fish instead.
He has published seven books on Amazon Kindle, the latest being book five in the Sam Jenkins Trilogy series.
In 2013 Leon and his wife Monica returned to South Africa after ten years in the UK. They settled in the tiny village of Yzerfontein on the Cape West Coast, where he spends his days writing, fishing and bundu bashing with his best friend Mother Nature.

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