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THE AFRICAN SAFARI PAPERS

by SEDLACK, ROBERT:

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Doubleday, Canada, 2001. First edition proof copy, SIGNED, black cloth, 309pp, VG (v sl bruised corners, proofer label to verso half title) d/w NF (v sl rubbed)

Robert Sedlack was born in Calgary, Alberta. He is a writer and documentary filmmaker. The African Safari Papers is his first published novel. He lives in Los Angeles with his cat, Molly, where he is working on his second novel.




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