Lake of Slaves (The Lion and Leopard trilogy Book 2)

Lake of Slaves The Lion and Leopard trilogy Book In the s the Lake Nyasa area of central Africa is devastated by Arab slave traders and raids by Angoni warriors Livingstone s Lake of Stars has become a Lake of Slaves Alan Spaight is among a hand

  • Title: Lake of Slaves (The Lion and Leopard trilogy Book 2)
  • Author: BrianDuncan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the 1880s the Lake Nyasa area of central Africa is devastated by Arab slave traders and raids by Angoni warriors Livingstone s Lake of Stars has become a Lake of Slaves Alan Spaight is among a handful of British men fighting the slavers After a year as a trader he starts a coffee plantation, while torn between the enticement of his doctor s wife and his neighbourIn the 1880s the Lake Nyasa area of central Africa is devastated by Arab slave traders and raids by Angoni warriors Livingstone s Lake of Stars has become a Lake of Slaves Alan Spaight is among a handful of British men fighting the slavers After a year as a trader he starts a coffee plantation, while torn between the enticement of his doctor s wife and his neighbour s attractive daughter He is drawn repeatedly into conflicts with the slavers, in company with mission educated Goodwill, a former slave who escaped to return to his village A new Consul, Harry Johnston, brings in British officers and Sikh soldiers in 1891, and the tide turns After another five years of bitter fighting the slave trade is finally destroyed.

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    1. Returning for the second book of his African trilogy, Brian Duncan resumes educating the reader about a significantly contentious period on the African continent. Set years before Duncan's first novel, the story introduces the reader to Alan Spaight who has returned from serving in the British Army and seeks a new adventure in the uncharted areas of Africa. Spaight arrives near Portuguese East Africa in the late 1880s, hoping to work for the African Lakes Company, which has been doing some good [...]

    2. Very good readingReally enjoyed the history and description of geography as I have recently returned to USA from South Africa- want to go back

    3. Duncan, once again, managed to take historical fact using names of real people, places and events, and interweave fictional characters and personal details into his plot to create a very engaging piece of historical fiction about the early days of colonial Africa.

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