An African Assignation

 

 

 

Alexander Travell

 

 

Copyright © 2017 by Alexander Travell

First Edition- March 2018

 

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This is a work of fiction. The people, events and some of the places in this story are the product of my imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead is purely coincidental.

 

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This story is has been maturing for some time, at first an idea to write another drama with a romantic theme on the lines of An Afghan Affair. But it turned out to be different.  I suppose nothing stays the same, it is after all a different story and that it was first released bit by bit as a weekly reveal may have changed its character.

 

As usual I must thank my good lady wife Lesley not only for being the wonderful person she is and for being my wife and my life but also for her forbearance to my hours absorbed in the MacBook.

This story, like An Afghan Affair is for her.

 

Also by Alexander Travell

 

An Afghan Affair

 

The Tanya Jones Double Trilogy.

An Unusual Profession

A Law Unto Herself

A Pittsburgh Pirate

A Greater Game

An Accident Waiting

An Idea in Development

 

 

For London office based geophysical analyst Joanne Fletcher the data coming out of Africa is corrupted and her boss has tasked her to find out why. For Joanne, Africa is a wild and dangerous place where anything can happen and if anyone must tread those exotic shores it should not be her,

Joanne may not like or agree with her assignment but she is not alone on the flight into the heart of the Dark Continent. Will this assignment be her nemesis? Will it even kill her?

 

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