157pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2017
Andrew Norman on the three years (1956-1959) he spent in Thornhill, a settlement near the town of Gwelo in Southern Rhodesia, when his father took up a post as headmaster at the school. He combines memoir with a history of the country up until 1980.
Andrew Norman was born in the UK in 1943. He worked as a general practitioner in Dorset before a spinal injury ended his medical career. He has published several biographies, including Robert Mugabe and the Betrayal of Zimbabwe (2004).