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Unforced Rhythms

Unforced Rhythms

Author(s): M D Wigg Jay Heyes

Location(s): Nairobi, Melbourne, Surrey, Tanzania

Genre(s): Comedy

Era(s): Contemporary

Book two of the comedy series about the progress of Curates Chris Duncan, Ellie, Ravi and youth worker Mike who are largely going their separate ways geographically in book two.

The Archdeacon’s (A.D) eldest daughter Eve is to spend a year in Nairobi on placement with a charity and A.D. engineers a role for Chris to link up with an organisation working in Kibera, Nairobi and stay with his aid worker uncle, Colin. An opportunity arises for Chris to travel to Tanzania.

Chris is in love and in the media following A.D.’s link with the BBC on religious broadcasting so the trip suits him to escape the UK. He needs to man up and stop avoiding Eve.

Surfer Storm has gone to review a job opportunity in Melbourne with Ellie’s fiancé and falls for a fascinating journalist, with dire consequences.

Ellie is back in her church in Melbourne running a drop in for Homeless, coming to terms with her own wedding plans with Joel and a sense of loss of independence.

Ravi has a decision to make about which one of three women he should choose.

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A story in which the location plays as important a role as the rest of your words.

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