Her Victories Were Air (Digital)


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Inspired by real people and events, Her Victories Were Air tells a story of secrets, intrigue, and passion – about a colonial wife who is not content to be ‘a silent partner of Empire’


Author: Michael Harris Briercliffe
Publisher: HG Editores
Edition: First, March 2024
Pages: 376
Size: 140 x 210 mm.
EAN: 9788412765144
ISBN: 978-84-127651-4-4

File format: PDF, once purchased you have three download attempts and three days from the time the payment is made.

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In 1926 Edith leaves her toddler at a boarding school and travels to Northern Nigeria to join her husband. There she encounters spitting cobras, typhoid fever, and hostile British officers. Due to her contacts with native women, she is charged with investigating a grisly ritual murder. This draws her into the web of a spymaster who uses her Bohemian past to blackmail her. During the Second World War, her espionage and marriage spin out of control as British power in Africa begins to wane.