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Tusker by Dougie Arnold

The sudden and violent increase of elephant poaching in the remote Kenya game
reserve of Uwingoni threatens its very existence.
Those who have devoted themselves to the protection of its precious wildlife seem ill
equipped to deal with this new menace.

However, the arrival of two young people with no experience of Africa might just prove a turning point.
For the first time in his life Harry feels he has found somewhere he really belongs and
something he can fight for and believe in. Ana, a journalist escaping the horrors of a different war,
brings a fresh insight into the battle against poaching as she struggles with her own internal demons.

They soon realise they are up against forces far more powerful and brutal than they could ever
have imagined.
Foreign investors driven by greed, corrupt government officials and religious fanatics
with no boundaries, draw them deeper into a web of evil.

Half of all the net profits due to the author will be used to help organisations committed
to elephant conservation.

Information about the Book
Title: Tusker
Author: Dougie Arnold
Release Date: 19th March 2020
Genre: Fiction
Page Count: 298
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Author Information
 Dougie Arnold worked as a teacher in Kenya in four different international prep schools,
the last of which he set up from scratch.
Half way through his career there, he took time out of education, gained his pilot’s licence
and helped to run and market a game reserve on the edge of Rift Valley,
an amazing experience that will always stay with him.
On returning to the UK, he was the deputy head of a leading London prep school before taking
early retirement to become a story teller. The influence of Africa is at the core of his work. 
An illustrated children’s book, Invisible Us, was published last September and received
excellent five-star reviews. Dougie lives with his family in South West London.

Tour Schedule

Monday 16th March

Tuesday 17th March

Wednesday 18th March

Thursday 19th March

Friday 20th March

Saturday 21st March

Sunday 22nd March

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