Hidden Depths

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The Kikuyu Medicine Man

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For the story behind the photo see The Medicine Man

 

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 Shades FINAL COVERS Set 3_Layout 1

Kenya 1955

When war comes it can rip your

family apart. Then you have to decide

whose side you are on.

Ransom Books

Teen Quick Read/Adult Interest

 

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16 thoughts on “Hidden Depths

  1. I read your story of the Medicine man. It is very thoughtful, insightful and very sad. It is like the entire history of African colonialism is written in that face. One of my grandsons has a Kikuyu father he never sees so the story really affected me. Words fail…

    1. You have pinned down my own thoughts about the medicine man’s face. Thank you for your very thoughtful comments, and the way this touched your own family. In many ways the consequences of the past are still very much alive in Kenya, or anywhere else where grave injustice has been done, and no worthy restitution made.

    2. Suzanne, you have pinned down my thoughts about the medicine man’s face. Thank you for your very thoughtful comments, and saying how this touched your own family. In many ways the consequences of the past are still very much alive in Kenya, or anywhere else where grave injustice has been done, and no worthy restitution made.

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