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Till the Sun Grows Cold: A Mother's Compelling Memoir of the Life of her Daughter By Maggie McCune

Till the Sun Grows Cold: A Mother's Compelling Memoir of the Life of her Daughter
by Maggie McCune

A highly unusual adventure and love story interwoven with Maggie McCune's own extraordinary life
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Till the Sun Grows Cold: A Mother's Compelling Memoir of the Life of her Daughter Summary


Maggie McCune was born in India during the last vestiges of the British Raj. Her daughter, Emma, whose passion for Africa led her to aid work in Sudan where she fell in love with and married a guerrilla commander of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, died in a car accident when only 29 and expecting her first baby. TILL THE SUN GROWS COLD weaves together their stories: the bereaved mother trying to make sense of her daughter's brief, colourful existence through Emma's writing and diaries, and discovering much about herself as she revisits their shared and separate pasts.

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Sku
GOR000975389
Title
Till the Sun Grows Cold: A Mother's Compelling Memoir of the Life of her Daughter
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Headline Publishing Group
Year published
Number of pages
320
ISBN 10
0747261423
ISBN 13
9780747261421
Prizes
N/A
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