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The New York Times best-selling author and one of the greatest adventure writers of our time once again creates a lost era and a truly exciting tale of danger, courage, and suspense.
At the close of Wilbur Smith’s Monsoon, Tom Courtney and his brother Dorian battled on the high seas. In this spellbinding new novel, the next generation of Courtneys are out to stake their claim in southern Africa, travelling along the infamous "Robber’s Road." It is a journey both exciting and hazardous, which takes them through the untouched wilderness of a beautiful land filled with warring tribes and wild animals.
©2004 Wilbur Smith (P)2012 Macmillan Audio
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By m.w.wood on 03-09-17

A really gripping story

Another Courtney tale that spans time. A really great book .And well worth the time to live it as you listen. I can't recommend any other writer that so seldom lets you down.Wilber Smith is and has been a spinner of tales that mix fictional people and interact with real people.He been doing a wonderful job of it for many years. I have all his books and most signed.i have spent many hours reading and rereading them. I always see the story from different perspectives in my life.

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By Tom on 08-11-17

Blue Horizon

Very good story but a bit too long. Wilbur Smith is one of my favorites.

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