Avenging Khartoum by Roger Kean
Approx. 91,730 words.
Published on July 5, 2012.
1896—In the heart of the Sudan, as the British struggle to free Khartoum from fanatic Dervishes, one young man promises his dying mother to seek the truth of his long-lost father’s fate. Born and raised in Cairo, fluent in native languages, Gregory is pitched into the heat of war as an interpreter, and through battle unravels a tragic and life-changing mystery with its roots in far away England.