Amie and the Child of Africa

Genre: Action Adventure, General Fiction

For Fans Of

Wilbur Smith Jane Bye Val Poore Bill Bryson

Book Summary

Amie sets off alone across the African savannah to find the child she'd lost during the civil war. She has no idea that the little orphan is being held by a terrorist organisation with international connections Their only use for women is entertainment for the soldiers. Amie meets up with old friends and new ones, but among the group there is one she cannot trust, will she discover this in time?


Oh how I love this book and Lucinda E Clarke’s storytelling.

Amie and The Child of Africa is a compelling story full of colorful characters and page turning suspense

set in the wild bush of Africa with a surprise ending that took my breath away.
Lucinda E. Clarke's Amie and the Child of Africa is a thrilling tale from start to finish. From Amie's first nightmares at the start of the book through the tragedy she must deal with at the end, the novel was an 'edge of your seat' ride. Well written and thoughtful. Absolutely worth five-stars. ​

If you have ever dreamed of visiting Africa but know deep down in your heart you will never go (either because of life's fate, circumstance, or money) AMIE AND THE CHILD OF AFRICA will fulfill your dream far grandeur than any film or documentary.

About the Author

Born in Dublin, dragged up in the Cotswolds and finished off in dockland Liverpool. Wanted to follow grandfather and work in Fleet Street, persuaded to train as a teacher - went crofting in Scotland, moved to Kenya, on to Libya with riots, a public hanging and a bayonet on her shoulder during a live radio broadcast. Speeding past more countries and careers she eventually 'fell' into writing for a living, first in radio, later in television in South Africa. Part time lecturer in scriptwriting at Durban University of Technology, worked for National Geographic, the UN and WHO, plus a Hollywood film.

Before retiring, she ran her own successful video production company with corporate, government and media clients. Now she is only pretending to be retired, while busy writing for a new client, herself. To date she has published seven books, three memoirs, three adventure thrillers and a comedy.

Winner of 21 awards for her television and video programmes and several awards for her books.

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