Book 8 Streets Paved with Gold

These two stories can be considered “sweet and sour”. The first is a love story set in Cape Town during the Minstrel Carnival, a 100-year old festival among the coloured community. Bands of minstrels compete for trophies. The second is about the scourge of Aids. A benevolent employer teaches her gardener how to drive. Unwittingly, her kindness results in the man dying of Aids. More

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Words: 9,410
Language: English (South African dialect)
ISBN: 9781310613135
About Clive Cooke

Worked for thirty years in the petrochemical industry in production and marketing, recently retired. Published six books. Intends to devote more time to writing and to travelling.

Specializes in small-scale dramas rather than in epics. A shrewd observer of the complexities of human behavior. Loves contradictions and uncertainties. Health warning: there are several unexploded land mines buried in my writing. The reader is advised to tread warily.

Traveled extensively in Europe, North, Central and South America. Speaks four languages. Photograph: I'm the one on the left wearing the hat.

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