Safari For Seven

Safari For Seven

by Netta Muskett

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Safari For Seven by Netta Muskett

Seven people set off on a safari in an African Game Reserve. Until joining the party they were all unknown to each other, but this changes as they are thrown into danger and discover much about themselves as well as the others. Some find happiness and romance, whilst others are tinged with pain. A thrilling romantic novel results and the author manages to convey the heightened emotions experienced in her own inimitable way.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780755149575
Publisher: House of Stratus, Incorporated
Publication date: 05/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 622 KB

About the Author

Netta Muskett was born in Sevenoaks, Kent, and was educated at Kent College, Folkestone. She taught mathematics before joining the Voluntary Aid Detachment which took her to France where she drove an ambulance during the First World War. It was during the same war that she lost her brother who was killed in Egypt whilst serving with the Imperial Camel Corp (ICC) in 1916. In the 1920's she moved to Fleet Street where she worked as a secretary to Lord Riddell who was then Managing Director and owner of the News of the World. In 1925, she married Henry Wallace Muskett and brought up four children, three of whom were from Henry’s previous marriage. Two years later she wrote her first novel, 'The Jade Spider'. What followed was a career of writing that spanned over 37 years. During the Second World War she again served with the V.A.D where she taught handicrafts in British and American hospitals. Netta co-founded the Romantic Novelists' Association, where she served as Vice-President. In her honour the RNA created the Netta Muskett award for outstanding new writers, now called the RNA New Writers Scheme. In her private life she was a home-lover who generally shied away from appearing at public functions, avoiding where she could any semblance of sel-publicity. She enjoyed pottery, weaving and sewing, and also loved to travel especially in the tropics and Africa. She died at her home in Putney in 1963 and her last novel, 'Cloudbreak', was published posthumously.

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