Here I am living the high life in the outdoor bath at Nantwich Camp in Hwange National Park. A couple of characters in Safari get up to more than just drinking beer in this very tub...
The first half of Safari takes place in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. Waterholes like this one are teeming with wildlife in the dry season.
Hwange National Park is famous for its elephants. This is the sort of wild, dry country where Shane Castle, Michelle Parker and Fletcher Reynolds get up to all sorts of lust (and other stuff) in the dust.
An increasingly volatile Zimbabwe and the jungle-clad mountains of the Democratic Republic of Congo is where a dangerously charged game of cat and mouse plays out in Africa’s wildlife wars.
Canadian researcher Michelle Parker cannot resist the opportunity to make contact with the famed mountain gorillas, but she is wary of the man giving her this chance – professional big-game hunter, Fletcher Reynolds.
Fletcher represents all Michelle has fought against – the slaughter of animals for material gain – but she finds herself increasingly drawn to his power and is reassured by his apparent support for the stamping out of poaching.
Into this mix steps ex-SAS officer Shane Castle. He has been recruited by Fletcher to spearhead the anti-poaching campaign. Shane is a man who has seen what bullets can do – to both human and animal – but is also a man who makes Michelle start to doubt the choices she has made…
SAFARI by Tony Park, Hungary: Gold Books
SAFARI by Tony Park, UK: Quercus