Olivia's Dead

By Madeleine Andersson

General fiction, Literary fiction | Paperback, eBook


Overcome with grief at the death of her friend Olivia, Alice escapes to Kenya. In the wilds of the Maasai Mara, she unexpectedly falls in love with charming safari company owner and rally driver Jamil. However, not everyone is happy with the liaison. Unaware her life is in danger Alice embarks on a passionate affair with Jamil who takes her on a magical tour across Kenya from the stunning Mara wildlife and mesmerising sunsets to the heart-stopping thrill of a rally in Tsavo. Finally they arrive in Watamu on the shores of the jewelled waters of the Indian Ocean. The action moves between Kenya, England and Zanzibar, with the enemy, like a cunning chess player, shadowing their every move. The suspense builds swiftly and, as their heady romance appears doomed, Alice and Jamil face the toughest challenge of all.



Madeleine Andersson is a Swedish-born multi-lingual journalist who has wasted far too many years procrastinating about writing a book. Sadly it took the death of a close friend to give her the wake-up call she needed to get on with it. Madeleine had an enviably carefree and thrilling childhood, living in many different countries including Liberia, Colombia, Ethiopia and Kuwait to name a few. Unsurprisingly, a willful and wild Madeleine was eventually dispatched to a British boarding school at the age of 10 for some old-fashioned discipline. She remains willful and wild. When not working on her next book, Blood of Butterflies – sequel to Olivia’s Dead – Madeleine goes to the gym in order to indulge in Green and Blacks chocolate whilst reading the Sunday newspapers.


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Madeleine Andersson is a Swedish-born multi-lingual journalist who has wasted far too many years procrastinating about writing a book. Sadly it took the death of a close friend to give her the wake-up call she needed to get on with it. Madeleine had an enviably carefree and thrilling childhood, living in many different countries including Liberia, Colombia, Ethiopia and Kuwait to name a few. Unsu...


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Saima AA

Saima AA

15 October at 09:32

Sounds like a really interesting story! :)

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