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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Humorous
  • Language:English
  • Pages:340

A Little Town in Africa

by Rob Russell Davies

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Overview

South Africa may now be a rainbow nation, but try telling that to the mainly white and wacky inhabitants of Stillwater. When a black minister is appointed to the local Methodist Church, the congregation are up in arms and the much feared Women’s Auxiliary is on the warpath. And when the new minister’s son gets caught up in a nasty assault, the locals certainly have reason to protest as well as a crime to solve. Can pensioner Teresa Thomas and her sidekick Digby save the reverend from his own doubts, his son’s reckless behaviour and the crazy residents of Stillwater itself?

Description

You’ll laugh at them and you’ll cry with them; you’ll wonder at them and you’ll sigh with them. But you’ll never forget the residents of Stillwater.

Rob Russell Davies’ A Little Town in Africa takes a funny, off-the-wall and yet passionate look at a community still letting go of apartheid. He introduces an unlikely heroine in the shape of Teresa Thomas: a pensioner who longs for the quite life, who would rather bake cakes and clothe the poor than chase after run-aways and tussle with villains. But her conscience and sense of fair play force her to open her eyes to a very different South Africa and an array of bizarre, eccentric and sometimes downright criminal characters are soon escorting her on the adventure of a lifetime.

About the author

Rob Russell Davies now lives in the UK although he grew up and worked for many years in South Africa and is still a regular visitor to that country. His background is in music and he has worked as a musician, music producer and songwriter. His songs have won many awards, and he is the only person to have won The Tipperary International Song of Peace Prize twice. As one half of the act: The Duelling Pianos, he was also a semi-finalist in Britain’s Got Talent 2013.

A Little Town in Africa is his first novel and although a work of fiction, some of the characters and events in the book are inspired by real people and events.

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