Harvest Of The Sun

by E.v. Thompson

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It is 1846: the ship was bound for Australia. Aboard were Josh Retallick and Miriam Thackeray, prisoners destined for the convict settlements...until the random hand of fate wrecked their vessel on the Skeleton Coast of South West Africa (Namibia).

Far from the brooding Bodmin Moor, Josh and Miriam are strangers in a strange and hostile land, an alien world of Bushmen and Hereros, of foraging Boers and greedy traders, of ivory tusks and smuggled guns. Josh, Miriam and their son, Daniel, live in times of turbulence until Josh is pardoned.

E.V. Thompson's bestselling historical novels sweep magnificently from 19th Century Cornwall to the Africa of the Boer War. They bring the past powerfully to life, offering readers unforgettable evocations of the lives and loves of past generations.

Format: Other Format

Dimensions: 380 pages, 7 × 4.25 × 0.96 in

Publisher: Little, Brown And Company

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0751524840

ISBN - 13: 9780751524840

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Harvest Of The Sun

by E.v. Thompson

Format: Other Format

Dimensions: 380 pages, 7 × 4.25 × 0.96 in

Publisher: Little, Brown And Company

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0751524840

ISBN - 13: 9780751524840

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It is 1846: the ship was bound for Australia. Aboard were Josh Retallick and Miriam Thackeray, prisoners destined for the convict settlements...until the random hand of fate wrecked their vessel on the Skeleton Coast of South West Africa (Namibia).

Far from the brooding Bodmin Moor, Josh and Miriam are strangers in a strange and hostile land, an alien world of Bushmen and Hereros, of foraging Boers and greedy traders, of ivory tusks and smuggled guns. Josh, Miriam and their son, Daniel, live in times of turbulence until Josh is pardoned.

E.V. Thompson's bestselling historical novels sweep magnificently from 19th Century Cornwall to the Africa of the Boer War. They bring the past powerfully to life, offering readers unforgettable evocations of the lives and loves of past generations.

About the Author

E V Thompson spent nine years in the Navy before joining the Bristol police. He moved to Hong Kong, then Rhodesia and had over 200 stories published before returning to England to become a full-time writer. In 1977 CHASE THE WIND won the Best Historical Novelist Award.