A new Year’s Special Sale: African Adventure Novel for Africans! “Ukuthula!” =’s “Peace!”

Straight out of Africa comes “The Ghosts of Ukuthula!” in E-book Format!

On sale Dec. 29 – Jan. 5, 2021: For 99 Cents beginning 12 noon PST from the USA: http://amazon.com

Buy it Now! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GNGCKHK#SalesRank

OR You can get it Dec. 29 – Jan 5,2021: For 99 Pence starts 12 noon GMT Britain: http://amazon.co.uk

Buy it Now! https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=The+Ghosts+of+Ukuthula&ref=nb_sb_noss

100% African! Jacob Nkwe, the man named for the leopards of the Okavango in Botswana! The man who has discovered the Devil’s own pact between the Russians and the White Apartheid Government of The Republic of South Africa in 1989. A plot to continue the domination of Africans and prevent the wave of Black African rule from coming to power in South Africa.

Only Nkwe knows the key people behind the plot now that his Jo’burg office has been blown to smitherines. Jacob’s on the run, and the only way he’ will stop massive bloodshed break is to get back to The Republic and confront the mastermind of the scheme, his nemesis, Col. Petrov of the Russian SVR.

Here’s what some reviewers have said about the book on Amazon!

An African Hero in Action!

1, DwenAdventure and Intrigue – 5 Star: I just finished the book The Ghosts of Ukuthula and really enjoyed it. I read the last 1/3rd or so in 2 days as I couldn’t wait to find out what happened next. A good story with an interesting array of characters. I am now eagerly waiting for the next one by Rick McBee

2. Richard LangIntervention – 4 Star: Jacob Nkwe, aka Zulu, was CIA and worked for Jim Collins, a director in the State Department. Zulu’s mission was to collect intel on Colonel Petrov, a Russian who led a force trying to prevent a black coalition government in South Africa. Petrov was going to put his own people in power and steal the county’s resources. When Zulu’s office building in Pretoria was bombed, he went ghost and got a job at a game park in Namibia. He also got in a gang smuggling weapons for diamonds with half brother, Bakai. Debbie Kotzee, the park manager, had an affair with Zulu, but was linked to the South African Secret Police. At this point McBee ups the plot’s intensity as his characters escape danger and save South Africa’s future.

3. Amazon CustomerThis book is a great read and a great thriller! – 5 Star: I couldn’t put this book down! From the opening pages, dramatic events unfurled at blinding speed. This is historical fiction at its best that demonstrated an intimate knowledge of the people and places of southern Africa while blending in espionage, love and the journey of nation to shared rule. I enjoyed every page.

4. Audrey BentzBravo – 5 Star: I was totally amazed at the knowledge of culture, geography, politics, personalities and history that Rick McBee blended into such an authentic description of Southern Africa. What an entertaining way to learn about this traumatic historical period of African history!

Get your copy now! During the New Year’s Sale! Enjoy the great read before the holiday ends!

Happy New Year to all of my Readers! at Rickmcbee.me

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