Wilbur Smith

Wilbur Addison Smith (9 January 1933 – 13 November 2021) was a Zambian-born British-South African novelist specialising in historical fiction about international involvement in Southern Africa across four centuries, seen from the viewpoints of both black and white families.

An accountant by training, he gained a film contract with his first published novel ''When the Lion Feeds''. This encouraged him to become a full-time writer, and he developed three long chronicles of the South African experience which all became best-sellers. He acknowledged his publisher Charles Pick's advice to "write about what you know best", and his work takes in much authentic detail of the local hunting and mining way of life, along with the romance and conflict that goes with it.

By the time of his death in 2021 he had published 49 books and had sold more than 140 million copies, 24 million of them in Italy (by 2014). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1997
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1998
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1998
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1995
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1999
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2000
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1996
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1997
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2001
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1994
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1997
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1997
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2001
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2000
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2002
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2002
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2003
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 1996
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2003
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by Smith, Wilbur
Published 2004
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