Feisty Anne Cumberland moved with her British family to a tobacco farm her father had bought in Northern Rhodesia in 1949. But when she married the adventurous hunter, Rowland Morris, she did not know what she was letting herself in for. Rolly promptly joined the game and tsetse fly control unit and was sent out into the bush of the northwest province, where life was primitive and the wildlife prolific. But she soon grew to love the life, though she hated the department’s policy of the mass extermination of wildlife to eradicate tsetse flies. Because of it, many orphaned young wild animals found their way into Anne’s home and her heart, including two lion cubs that were later to become known as Big-Boy and Little-Boy, in Norman Carr’s famous book Return to the Wild. Anne Morris paints a colourful and often hilarious picture of colonial life in Northern Rhodesia (Zambia).
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