Beaumaris Books

24 South Concourse Beaumaris 3193 Phone +613 9589 4638





Get ready to Immerse yourself in AFRICA Beaumaris Books

In association with Pan Macmillan Publishers Australia proudly presents

An Evening with


To coincide with the release of his new book



When: Monday 8th August, 7.30pm

Where: MALT CAFE 23-25 South Concourse, Beaumaris

Cost: $30.00 includes admission & finger food. Beverages at bar prices.

Group Deal: Buy 4 or more tickets & get them for $25 each

Phone: 9589 4638


**Phone credit card bookings accepted**

Tony Park has worked as a journalist, a government press secretary and served with the Australian Army in Afghanistan in 2002. He is the author of Far Horizon, Zambezi, African Sky, Safari, Silent Predator, Ivory and The Delta, as well as three non-fiction books: Part of the Pride (with Kevin Richardson), War Dogs (with Shane Bryant) and The Grey Man (with John Curtis). Park, an Australian, spends six months of every year travelling in Africa with his wife, Nicola. As with his previous seven novels, all set in Africa, Park wrote African Dawn on location, travelling through Zimbabwe, where he drew his inspiration from real people's stories, as well as the spectacular countryside and its amazing wildlife. ‘Zimbabwe has been devastated by conflict of one kind or another over the last fifty years. It’s endured a war, savage inter-party political violence, and land redistribution policies which have destroyed the country’s economy and polarised its people,’ Park said. ‘I spoke to many Zimbabweans, black and white, living in Zimbabwe, and expatriates now living in Australia while writing the book. As well as hearing many harrowing


African Dawn

The bestselling Master of Adventure is back. Tony Park’s eighth novel, African Dawn, deals with two of the most topical and troubling issues to plague the continent of Africa in recent decades: the ruination of Zimbabwe under the tyrannical Robert Mugabe, and the methodical annihilation of the continent’s rhino population. African Dawn is a saga of three families – the Bryants, the Quilter-Phippses and Ngwenyas, spanning fifty years from the damming of the Zambezi River in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1959 through to the disastrous redistribution of white-owned farms in recent years.


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