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The Last Rhino

R159.00

Author: John H. Galbraith

 

Lusaka Zambia 1979. Tom Cheleshe is tasked with setting up the nation’s first anti-poaching unit. The men he chooses are John Botma and Friday Mwila they must put their own lives at risk as well as those of their wives in order to overcome the odds and stop the poachers.

The stakes are high. Illegal trade in Rhino horn and Ivory is worth hundreds of thousands of US Dollars. People in government are involved-private individuals stand to gain-it is almost impossible to know who to trust.

Don Masters is a detective with the local police force he is on the tail of a hired assassin and is also tasked by his political masters to eliminate at any cost those who are standing in the way of the illegal trade of rhino horn and Ivory’ As he gets ever closer to his prey he becomes increasingly involved in his subjects beautiful wife.

Where will all the intrigue lead to and at what cost of life.

THE LAST RHINO brilliantly draws the reader into this gripping African adventure story of intrigue, murder and love. It is a must read for anybody who is interested in the plight of the world’s last rhinos, a beautiful species under threat of extinction.

John H. Galbraith is a conservationist by heart as well as a Cryogenic engineer originally from Zambia he now lives with his wife in Bloemfontein in the Free State, South Africa.

 

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