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By 1950, Kenya was on the verge of one of the bloodiest wars of decolonisation fought in Britain’s twentieth century empire.’ Britain’s Gulag.

Eve is dutifully typing her father’s dictated memoirs of his time as a soldier in WWII and in Nairobi during the Mau Mau uprising. With growing unease, she questions his account of what really happened in Kenya.

A different story – of
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Paperback, 318 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Linen Press
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I've always been a voracious reader. It started with Enid Blyton, moved on to Daphe du Maurier and then spread to the entire works of British and American literature (or so it seemed) when I did a degree in English and Drama at Birmingham University. With F R Leavis breathing down my neck and David Lodge as my cynical tutor, my joy evaporated. After finals, I burnt all my notes and essays and didn ...more
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