Bio: Stuart Ford is a native of Great Britain. He lived in Australia for many years, and has traveled extensively around the world, including many trips to Africa, South Pacific, Asia and beyond. He now lives in Los Angeles in a multi-cultural household with an American wife and stepchild, two Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and an Australian Cockatiel.
Recovering from the kidnapping and death of his wife, James an ex-pat Englishman, builds a safari camp in the rugged wilds of Mozambique. He tries to find peace but is thrust into conflict with poaching, intimidation, and local superstition. The darkness of Africa threatens those he loves and everything he cares for. He must confront the poachers, the men that stole his wife, and combat the local superstitions that condemn him. Events force him to fight for his friends and for the future of Afri... more info>>
On safari, James' family is ambushed and his wife and stepdaughter kidnapped. James pursues them, helped by an ex-special forces soldier and a Masai warrior. The adrenalin-pumping chase takes them through the dark heart of Africa. The story tells of the romance of the Dark Continent's colonial history and the grim, realities of modern Africa. It is an epic sweeping tale of modern family life, love, loss, and rebirth.