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About the author:
Gail Gilbride Bohle is a semi-retired English and Communications Skills lecturer and lives in Hout Bay, a suburb of Cape Town, South Africa. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rhodes University and a Post-Graduate teaching diploma from UCT. Gail stays current with South African politics, mentoring teenagers, attending Cape Town City Ballet, enjoying music evenings at the Barleycorn club, as well as the Kirstenbosch summer concerts and swimming in the sea no matter what the temperature. She is married to Hanns and they have a daughter, Kirsten. In 1976, Gail was completing her Politics Major at Rhodes University. The Soweto Riots of June 1976 was one of the many traumatic events which inspired her to write UNDER THE AFRICAN SUN.




Under The African Sun
 

Authored by Gail Gilbride

Remember that desperate time after university when career choices are made intertwined with mating matters? Love, desire, work, all jostle for time and space in a swirl of emotion and choice, set on South Africa's 1970s stage with the grim backdrop of apartheid's security police looming.

Deborah Morley is an intern on a Cape Town newspaper. She's told to shadow Charlie, the political reporter, and she gets to listen to the Prime Minister's shocking speech and observe the reporting of it. She begins to have doubts about her choice of a news journalist career. What she really wants is a fairy tale wedding and a picket fence future in the suburbs. But her country is being torn apart by unrest and she's in love with Chris, a Politics lecturer at the university.


Publication Date:
2016-11-24
ISBN/EAN13:
0996281258 / 9780996281256
Page Count:
208
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Political




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