Reunion in Barsaloi by Corinne Hofmann

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In a sequel to her international bestseller The White Masai, Corinne Hofmann continues her personal account of a white European woman in love with a Masai tribesman in remote Kenya. Fourteen years after fleeing with her baby daughter, Corinne returned to Kenya in the summer of 2004 to reunite with Lketinga and his family in their village, Barsaloi. Nervous and uncertain as to how he would react on seeing her again, she found to her relief that she was welcomed unreservedly by all who remembered her Lktinga, who still thought of her as his number one wife; his brother James, now a schoolteacher; and especially Lketinga's mother, who had looked after Corinne with such care all those years before.

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Corinne Hofmann has written three books based on her life story, including two sequels to "The White Masai--Back from Africa, " which is a bestseller in Germany, and "Reunion in Barsaloi", which was released in 2005. She lives with her teenage daughter in Switzerland. Peter Millar is the author of the novel "Tomorrow Belongs to Me," He lives in London.
Published September 28, 2006 by Arcadia Books. 162 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Travel, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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So Hofmann’s considerable readership is immediately transported back to familiar territory, as she begins this installment by expressing a few self-doubts about the return venture and then heading back to search for her former husband, Lketinga.

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