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Is love transactional? What can one discover while on an African adventure? Award-winning author and traveler Gerald Everett Jones raises these questions and more in his 11th novel: Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner. It is the story of a lonely and misguided widower who travels to East Africa in search of a good time. What he gets instead is a whole new reason to live.
Novelist Jones won six book awards in 2020, including Gold and Silver in the Mystery category of the New York City Big Book Awards, as well as Distinguished Favorite in Literary Fiction from the Independent Press Awards for Clifford’s Spiral. About that book, Don Sloan of Publishers Daily Reviews said: “Gerald Everett Jones … arguably is doing the best work of his career. We predict that he lacks only a mention in The New York Review of Books or, better yet, Oprah, to become a nationwide best-selling author. Five-plus stars to Clifford’s Spiral, a true literary novel if ever there was one. We say in all seriousness that if you only read one novel this year, this should be it.”
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