The Covenant

War Fiction (Books)

Author: James A. Michener

Adventurers, scoundrels and missionaries. The best and worst of two continents carve an empire out of the vast wilderness that is to become South Africa. For hundreds of years, their rivalries and passions spill across the land. From the Java-born Van Doorns spring two great branches of the family. One will create vast, lush vineyards. The other will settle the interior an….Read More

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