Book 1 in the Amie in Africa series
Would you leave your family and friends and follow your husband to start a new life in Africa?
Amie did and lived to regret it. Just an ordinary girl, living in an ordinary town, with nothing but ordinary ambitions, Amie is plunged into danger when her husband is posted to a country she’s never heard of.
As she adapts to a different environment, events overtake her and land her in more trouble than she could ever have imagined.
At the outbreak of the civil war, as the last plane evacuating the expats takes off, Amie is left behind. Now she’s alone with no one to help her. She’d worked for the government so by chance she was allied to the losing side and the new regime is out to find her. Her husband has a secret he’s not told her which further puts her life at risk.
Now she only has her wits to protect her against the men who would kill her and the predatory wild animals in the African bush.
FOR FANS OF WILBUR SMITH , STEVE BRAKER , PETER RIMMER
I very much enjoyed this book. Author Lucinda E. Clarke has done a fantastic job in creating characters that her readers will truly connect with, relate to and care about. She has done a wonderful job in scene settings, and readers may look up from the story and find themselves surprised to be in their familiar environments instead of on a hot and dusty road in Africa. I am pleased to recommend Amie: An African Adventure to any reader who enjoys an adventurous tale. I was delighted to see that author Lucinda E. Clarke already has a second book about Amie available and will be certain to read that one just as soon as I can. If it's anything like the first installment, it will be a great read! Tracy A Fischer Readers Favorite