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African Dawn African Dawnby Tony Park, the author of Red Earth,is a full throttle international thriller that will engross fans of Clive CusslerIt s darkest before the dawnThree families the Bryants, the Quilter Phippses and the Ngwenyas share a history as complex and bloody as Zimbabwe itselfDedicated conservationists Paul and Philippa Bryant are struggling to save their farm and small herd of endangered black rhinos from seizure by corrupt government minister Emmerson Ngwenya Twin brothers, ex soldier Braedan and environmentalist Tate Quilter Phipps join the fightBut when the brothers fall in love with the same woman, Natalie Bryant, their rivalry threatens to put the lives of all involved at risk And with Emmerson vowing to stop at nothing until he gets what he wants, a bloody showdown seems inevitableIn the broken country that is Zimbabwe, only the strongest can survive


About the Author: Tony Park

Tony Park was born in 1964 and grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney He has worked as a newspaper reporter in Australia and England, a government press secretary, a public relations consultant, and a freelance writer.He served 34 years in the Australian Army Reserve, including six months in Afghanistan in 2002.Tony and his wife, Nicola, split their time between Australia and Africa, where they own a house on the edge of of the Kruger National Park.His 17th African novel, Ghosts of the Past, is available now worldwide in print, ebook and audio His 18th novel, Last Survivor, is dues for release mid 2020.



10 thoughts on “African Dawn

  1. says:

    this is a very disturbing book about Zimbabwe, and rhino poaching perhaps i felt itbecause i am familiar with the country and the places mentioned but i still feel a bit traumatised and i finished it yesterday its pretty violent, and the stories of both black and white Zimbabweans is heartbreaking of course there s love interest, but that too has a few twists Much tougher than previous Tony Park books But if


  2. says:

    Even I m disappointed in myself with this rating It probably deserved , but the fact is I could not get into it I generally thoroughly enjoy books of this genre set in Africa but because I couldn t get a good head start on it timewise, meant that when I did pick it up I had trouble remembering the cast of characters and the storyline.Perhaps I should have gone back to start again but there are too many other good boo


  3. says:

    African Dawn is the eighth novel by Australian author, Tony Park, and in it, he revisits the setting and characters of his third novel, African Sky Park takes three Rhodesian families, the Bryants and the Ngwenyas who will both be familiar to readers of African Sky and the Quilter Phippses, and follows them through the turbulent years from 1959 to 2011.The fate of a rhino calf, Makuti is also monitored From British colony, t


  4. says:

    After being introducted to the writer Tony Park about a year ago now ive since been on a mission to locate and purchase all of his books.His writing is addictive to any reader, he has you on the edge of your seats taking you on twists and turns you never expect to come.This book is an emotional ride set in a backdrop we all want to view after reading his books Anyone truly looking for that perfect read WILL find it in ANY of Tony s


  5. says:

    I have previously enjoyed tony park s books, but really struggled with this book It took a while to get into the story with the first half jumping around a lot and very political It almost seemed he had too many different elements to the story which made it quite confusing The second half flowedeasily but the violence especially towards the rhinos was a bit much in parts.


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Set in Zimbabwe, African Dawn revolves around three families the Bryants, ex pat Australian Paul and his wife Pip who run a wildlife park employing local black workers, the Quilter Phippses with their twin sons Braeden, the dashing armed services hero and the quieter Tate, who works for National Parks and the Ngwenya s, a poor black family supported and befriended by th


  7. says:

    What a complex interweaving of three families Thank goodness Tony Park s epic tale over several generations of family, had the family tree s at the front of the book as I referred to it a couple of times Three families crossing paths again and again over the period of 40 years all in the backdrop of a changing Zimbabwe So topical now with the dismantling of Mugabe s grip on the country He even appears in this book.And with the inclusion of a different sort


  8. says:

    If you like thrillers, and are interested in the 20c cultural history that led to the formation of native African countries like Zimbabwe and Zambia from white colonial South Africa violent and complex , and you are interested in understanding rhino conservation in the face of well financed and brutal poaching operations this is the book for you Racial and familial conflict is never simplified And while, I read 3 other of Tony Park s thrillers set in Africa in whi


  9. says:

    I loved this book, I couldn t put it down I have just returned from South Africa and have also been to Zimbabwe in 97 so could relate and really see what was happening in the story which was vividly described The action really moved along and you were kept in suspense all the way thru the book The characters were brought to life with Tony s pen and you really felt like you were there with them This is my first Tony Park book but it won t be my last.


  10. says:

    he is the second wilbur smith, love his style of writing, same as WS, he makes you want to live in a era long gone great read


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