Golden Fox - Section 1, Pages 7 - 42 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 1, Pages 7 - 42 Summary

Golden Fox by Wilbur Smith is a remarkable novel that depicts one family divided by political beliefs and the vision they have for their country. The division becomes so great that the family is pitted against each other in a war that can only end with one side or the other eliminated. Isabella Courtney is seduced by a Russian agent known for his ability to set and execute a "honey trap," and once she is tricked into bearing the Russian agent's son, her life is changed forever. Ramon de Santiago y Machado is a KGB agent who believes in the communist system with such certainty that he is willing to sacrifice his own son, and even his own life, for the cause and to further the revolution of his people.

Bella Courtney, in London with her father Shasa, is...

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