Two men in 1980s Pietermaritzburg are drawn to the same woman, Abby, quickly becoming each otheras nemesis in a political climate where resistance of any kind often invited executions, factional clashes, clandestine activity, treachery and entrapment. Abby unwittingly becomes the object of a dangerous obsession as the archenemies, not content with displacing the other in her affections, play to ensure the otheras annihilation, none foreseeing the theatre their deadly encounter would be staged, culminating in a clash that potentially destabilizes the entire region and, for one of them, leaves a lasting legacy of shattered hopes, broken dreams, a life destroyed.... an increasingly politically polarized environment and yetwas able to instill a culture of learning and discipline, which was evidenced from the school results. Hers was one of few schools that could still achieve a 100 percent matric pass rate.
|Title||:||There Are Only So Many Tomorrows|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2013-02-01|