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Can of Worms

“Africa is a harsh country, and life can be cruel…” And now the can of worms has been reopened, as the BBC announces the British Government compensation deal for their handling of Mau Mau detainees in the 1950’s. In BREATH … Continue reading

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A Substantial Hymn of Joy to Kenya

BREATH OF AFRICA – the second half. (see Half way Through) I liked the way that, alongside the maturing of its characters, your novel became substantial¬†as it progressed. The changing consciousness of the two boys, and of all the main … Continue reading

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THE BOOK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

BREATH OF AFRICA, dedicated to the people of Kenya, is a novel by Jane Bwye, retired businesswoman and intermittent freelance journalist who lived over half a century in Africa. The 2013 Kenya elections took place without much-feared violence and reprisals, … Continue reading

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