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"A chance meeting at university enabled student Damian and Klara to be attracted to each other. They soon realized that their ultimate goal was to share a life together.

Upon graduating, they decided to explore Africa. While at the Victoria Hotel Zimbabwe, Damian received a telephone call from his father. This call turned out to be the beginning of a remarkable chain of events, with consequences that were unstoppable. At the end of their journey, they decided to spend some time working in Tsitsikamma. During this period, the couple were blessed with twin girls Susanna and Savannah. Their happiness, however, was short-lived when Savannah went missing.

While the police investigation went cold, Damian arranged a money transaction with Philip. This eventually led to finding Savannah in Juba after twenty years of being missing, reuniting her with her family in England. Savannah quickly learned that her values were different to that of her family. She returned to Juba and worked for the UNCHR but was constantly stalked by interested parties until her tragic death.

During the course of events, Klara committed suicide, Damian also died, leaving Susanna to explain to her children of a newswire that not only interfered with the happiness of one generation but spilled over to the next—all for the sake of greed."


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Dr Ummanga Jolly(nee Lankatilleke)was born in Sri Lanka. She came to England in 1961. She holds a PhD from the University of Durham,,LLB(Hons) from the Open University,, a Master in Education and a Bachelor in Education(Hons) from the Victoria University of Manchester along with a Registered nurse and Midwifery Certicates. She has travelled extensively around the world and has a wide interest in writing, photography, She devotes her leisuree time to her pet cats and is a cricket enthusiast Her recent publications are " Before I forget my life" and "Little things that touched my heart published by Authorhouse. She presently lives in the leafy Brockhall Village in the heart of Lancashire England.
Published May 9, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 86 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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