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ISANDLWANA; WALKING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF HISTORY

     In November I was lucky enough to spend a week at the wonderful Isandlwana Lodge in the company of a small group of enthusiasts who were keen to explore the battlefield in greater detail than most tours – or even independent travels – allow.

SOME NEW EDITIONS

     I'm delighted to announce that Frontline Publishing have just released two new paperback editions from my back-catalogue.

'CELEBRATED ALL OVER AFRICA FOR HIS YARNS - The Tall Tales And Fast Times of 'Maori' Browne

     On the evening of 9 December 1896, at the end of the operations to quell the recent revolt of the amaNdebele and Shona peoples in the British South Africa Company colony of ‘Rhodesia’, General Sir Fred Carrington and his staff entertained a guest to dinner in their improvised mess outside the settler village of Umtali.

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