Across the Bridge book By Mwangi Gicheru
But for a poor house-boy who has fallen in love with the beautiful daughter of his civil-servant master, the path to riches is not easy. In desperation Chuma moves from petty crime to a world of gangsters.
It is only after much heartache on both sides that the two lovers are united.
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Across the Bridge book By Mwangi Gicheru
Before I met Caroline, I had never dreamt of achieving anything beyond a bicycle and probably a tin-roofed slum. Now I was thinking of cars, bungalows, servants and whatever else Caroline missed by changing sides.
But for a poor house-boy who has fallen in love with the beautiful daughter of his civil-servant master, the path to riches is not easy. In desperation Chuma moves from petty crime to a world of gangsters.It is only after much heartache on both sides that the two lovers are united.
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