'You can smell the dust of Africa, feel her pain, and marvel at her incredible beauty in this sprawling tale.' — TONY PARK, author of The Delta and Ivory. Set against a magnificent backdrop of Africa across the decades, this epic saga explores the traditions and violence between the white and black families of rural Africa.
After returning from Afghanistan, ex–British marine Joss Brennan embraces living as a double amputee, but he finds life at his safari lodge near Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe, not quite as idyllic as when he left.
In the badlands of Africa, a resourceful doctor fights to save her patients' lives. Australian thriller writer T.M. Clark returns with a vivid, action-packed adventure in the tradition of Wilbur Smith.
An all-new vivid, action-packed adventure across the African landscape in the tradition of Tony Park and Wilbur Smith, from Australian thriller writer, T.M. Clark. Hiding from the law, they never expected to be caught in the crosshairs of a hunter…
He sees 'The Butterfly' in his dreams. She is the key to setting a child's soul free. She is the perfect sacrifice.
A fast-paced, suspenseful journey into African game poaching, the fight to save the cheetahs is a race against time
Companion short story to Child of Africa. An all-new vivid, action-packed adventure across the African landscape in the tradition of Tony Park and Wilbur Smith, from Australian thriller writer, T.M. Clark. Hiding from the law, they never expected to be caught in the crosshairs of a hunter…
I was born in Zimbabwe, and have lived in South Africa and England, but now call Australia home. I'm married and have two sons.
When not running around after the men in my life, I get to enjoy my hobbies, which include boating, reading, sewing, travel, gardening, and lunch with my author friends, (not necessarily in that order!)
I’m passionate about different cultures and wildlife, the wilder places in the world and literacy.
Authors Name: T.M. Clark
Born In: Zimbabwe
A little bit about me:
Favourite food: Chocolate of course!
Favourite Quote: In Afrikaans: Boer maak ‘n plan (A farmer makes a plan).
Favourite Colour: Yellow
Favourite Flower: Daffodils and tulips.
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