April 27, 2012 in
Globetrotter Samantha Ford is hard to pin down. She moves between continents at the drop of a stylish hat, and though brought up in the UK has lived most of her exciting life outside it – in the Far East, East and Southern Africa, the USA and, more recently, France.
Her novels reflect her interests: people, travel, and the jet-setting antics of the super-rich (but only as an observer!)
Like many a novelist, Samantha has sampled many a career, but unlike most, she hit gold in a number of them. Scriptwriting, newsreading, magazine publishing, and above all else, a deep understanding and love of the high-end luxury safari business in Africa.
Her first work of fiction, The Zanzibar Affair, leaves you in no doubt that not only has Samantha ‘been there and dunnit’ she’s also skilled at sharing her views of the world she’s been part of for so long.
But now she has finally published her second book ‘The House Called Mbabati’ a seriously good romatic suspense thriller set in her favourite backdrop of Eastern Africa. If you purchase this book, you will need to hang onto your hat as she takes you through a whirlwind of twists and turns unravelling a story of deceit, lies, murder and heartbreak. This is a book not to be missed.
You can find Samantha on FaceBook
Or if you prefer you can visit her Amazon author central profile here http://www.amazon.com/Samantha-Ford/e/B007YPTZJ6
Samantha is pleased to direct you towards www.kerdowney.com which is a USA-based, award-winning luxury tour operator that specialises in luxury tours to to destinations around the world. Including of course Samantha’s beloved Africa.