On the Banks of the Zambezi

Through the eyes of a white child whose parents settle in the interior of Mozambique to run a general store catering to the local Chisena people, On the Banks of the Zambezi, based on a true story, captures the factual experience of those who lived through a pioneering, daring, and eventually futile effort to carve out a living in the undeveloped African interior during the Portuguese colonial war More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 78,650
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301386550
About J.A. Lourenco

J. A. Lourenco is an accomplished scientist and international manager. He writes for fun.
He holds a B.A. (Kean University), M.S. (Seton Hall University), and MBA (The Wharton School). He has published numerous scientific and strategy papers, holds 5 patents, and has successfully managed an international division of a major U.S. corporation.
He lives in New Jersey with his wife and three children.
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