Author Wilbur Smith, Chronicler of African Adventures, Dies at 88
[The Africa news - Africa] - 14/11/2021
PARIS - Zambia-born novelist Wilbur Smith chronicled dramatic adventures on the African continent, creating internationally acclaimed fiction that drew on his own action-packed life. Smith died in South Africa at age 88, his publisher announced Saturday. He gained recognition in 1964 with his (...)... Article published by "The Africa news" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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