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By Helen Wells
Cherry accompanies a good-looking younger healthcare professional to an African village, the place she uncovers a bold smuggling operation.
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There was the usual dinner-hour gathering in the lobby—the mixed assortment of Arabs, African Blacks, and Europeans that is so typical of postindependence Kenya. As she made her way through the crowd, she caught sight of a familiar figure out of the corner of her eye. Standing under a potted palm at the side of the room was the tall figure of Long Jack Robertson, and he was talking intimately and nervously to—Why, the second man was Ed Smith, the photographer. Taking care not to look directly at them, Cherry stopped, took her compact from her bag, and pretended to touch up her lipstick.
She pointed to a pride of lions—two black-maned males and a dozen females—that were dozing in the noonday sun. ” “Lions don’t kill unless they are hungry,” Bob told her. “And zebras seem to know the difference. Don’t ask me why. ” Cherry was puzzled. ” “Not generally,” Bob said. “Oh, once in a great while one strays into the suburbs. But they’re more afraid of people than people are of them. There’s no such thing as a man-eater around here. And anyhow, there are enough zebras and antelopes to keep them wellfed and happy.
Then Bob ordered comparable outfits for himself. When Bob paid the bill with a traveler’s check, the proprietor of the shop bowed again. “Send those things over to the New Stanley,” Bob told him. And they went out again into the bright sunlight. “The nice thing about being a rich man’s son,” Bob said as they walked down the street, “is that you don’t have to wait for expense vouchers to clear through the red tape in Washington. So I am going to buy us a car. ” At the next corner was an automobile agency with a shiny, new olive-drab Land Rover in the showroom window.