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Sometimes, the end of a journey is just the beginning....

Emily and Clemmie's lives changed forever when they took their great aunt's ashes to rest in a strange and exotic land. Clemmie stayed behind to begin a new life in the Mali desert, but now Emily fears for her cousin's safety. Returning to Africa with her new husband and two friends, she is determined to find out why Clemmie seems so desperately to need her help.

Divinity is travelling to Mali to satisfy her curiosity about the land her father came from, and to source new materials for her design company. She doesn't expect the chaos and adventure she finds - nor the danger that seems to grow as her little group begin to make its way across the desert towards Clemmie....

The captivating sequel to the best-selling Footprints in the Sand.

©2012 Sarah Challis (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • 03-29-17

Sequel!

Enjoyed as much as the earlier book! Sympathetic characters, twists and turns in their respective adventures and developing relationships kept my attention throughout. Some plausible modern dilemmas- wisely not gone into too much -in this book, anyway? W o uld it be too much to hope for more about Clemmy, Emily and their loved ones? I 'd really love to have Divinity's sharp, occasionally abrasive reactions to everything adding welcome seasoning again -this character set off all the others beautifully. A ripping, sensitive, funny and informative yarn!