Sunset at Noon (Pacesetters)


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Thula is bitterly disappointed when his father compels him to leave school and become herd boy of the family’s cattle. However, a chance encounter with an old man living in an isolated hut on the hills gives him renewed hope. Knowing he is near to death, the old man tells Thula of a secret hoard of diamonds he has hidden, beneath a cactus grove.

Thula determines to recover the diamonds, to sell them and use the money to further his own education and better his family’s lifestyle. But he has not reckoned with the beautiful and cruel Lindiwe who, learning of the diamonds, decides to take them for herself by fair means or foul.

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Anthony Kwamlah Johnson

Anthony Kwamlah Johnson is a writer of children's and young adults' novels. His books have been published by Macmillan, UK and South Africa. Mr Johnson has won many international writing competitions. His book 'Bamboo Girl' won 1st prize, Macmillan Writers Prize for Africa.

Mr Johnson taught at the Department of English Education, University of Education, Winneba for many years. Currently, he teaches part time at the Institute of Distance and e-Learning, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. His hobbies are astronomy and abstract art.

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