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Shelf life: Looking at secular books

In this novel, Andrew Sharp is a grown up ‘Miss-kid’; he works as a GP in Leicester and comes from an illustrious line of (mostly medical) missionaries. He was brought up in Uganda where his parents established a hospital before Idi Amin’s rise to power. It’s no wonder then, that the protagonist of this, his first novel is a surgeon, the son of missionaries, brought up in Uganda.

Secular Shelf Life Sarah Allen

By Andrew J.H. Sharp
Picnic Publishing. 370 pages. £10.00
ISBN 978-0-95586-133-8