The Zebra Affaire

  • by Mark Fine
  • Narrated by Dennis Kleinman
  • 9 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the spring of 1976, matters of the heart are strictly controlled by racist doctrines. In that toxic mix of segregation and tribal mistrust, an unlikely union between a black man and a white woman - an Afrikaner - shocks the nation.
The Zebra Affaire: An Apartheid Love Story
It's the spring of '76. For Elsa, her affair with Stanwell may well prove lethal, as she's white and he's black, and they dared to fall in love in apartheid South Africa. The terrified lovers are the prey in a deadly manhunt from the golden city of Johannesburg to the exotic but dangerous wilds of the African Bushveld.
When affairs of the State battle affaires of the heart, ordinary people become heroes!
The Zebra Affaire is a thrilling fusion of romance and suspense - laced with rich South African history. The tension is palpable as the persecuted couple race against time and bigotry. Reviewers rave about this intimate, yet dangerous, love story, that's set against a canvas that is both vividly authentic and powerfully provocative.


What the Critics Say

"Intensely dazzling...not a black and white story, a rainbow story with the rich colors of lives in turmoil." (Elizabeth Newton, author of View from the Sixth Floor)
" The Zebra Affaire grips your soul and won't let go. Never mind zebras, think lions, raw and roar." (Geoff Nelder, author of ARIA: Left Luggage)


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Life, Love and Factual Fiction

A wonderfully crafted story of a forbidden love set in a tumultuous time. Beautifully written and amazingly performed. A must-have in a person's library!
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- Nyasia A. Maire

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-12-2017
  • Publisher: Mark J Fine