Black Heart and White Heart
by Henry Rider Haggard
Publisher: ManyBooks 1900
Number of pages: 59
This is the story of two men, one with a black heart and a white body, and one with a white heart and a black body. Fleeing once more from the law, Philip Hadden journeys into the land of the Zulu King Cetywayo, where he is quickly brought to the attention of the king. Hadden knows that a war between the Zulu and the British is coming...
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