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Jonathan J. Stotler

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Jonathan J Stotler was born on the Highveld of The Republic of South Africa. The child of missionaries to South Africa and the Kingdom of Lesotho, he grew up admiring, respecting, and loving the land and people of Africa, spending his formative years among several different people including the Venda, Zulu, Xhosa, and Ndebele. He currently lives in Boonton, New Jersey and works in the field of Medical Education, but his heart is never far from Africa.

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Jonathan J. Stotler The sequel to Jabulani is in progress, along with a dozen or so free-form novel outlines. The Remnant has been an ongoing project for some time. It…moreThe sequel to Jabulani is in progress, along with a dozen or so free-form novel outlines. The Remnant has been an ongoing project for some time. It required an enormous amount of research and outlining. There have been innumerable iterations, per usual, and the manuscript is finally complete. Explore the richness and diversity of Southern Africa through the adventures of Dirk Van Rensburg in an historical novel. Dirk, a farm boy in colonial South Africa, discovers proof of the existence of one of the lost tribes of Israel and becomes instrumental in finding a priceless lost relic, while redeeming racial groups in the process. Historical fiction? Check. Filled with life lessons on character, trust, relationships, and cultural insights? Check. Adventure, historical fact, murder, intrigue, and so much more? Check.(less)
Jonathan J. Stotler A bit of nostalgia, a bit of day-dreaming, and a lot of research and reading. Most of the outlines that get deemed worthy of pursuing to manuscript…moreA bit of nostalgia, a bit of day-dreaming, and a lot of research and reading. Most of the outlines that get deemed worthy of pursuing to manuscript were inspired by true events in the life of a boy in Africa a long time ago.(less)
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An historical classic. Many times read and re-read.
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