Book 4 of the series, Langbourne's Evolution picks up the story in 1898 when Morris, David, Louis and Harry discuss their successes and future plans.
Morris naturally assumes the head of the family, at a mere 22 years of age, and plots a commercial course for the brothers. With business booming, there is nothing to stop Morris from realising his dreams, and so begins the expansion of the business into an international concern.
But Mother Africa, as is her way, has plans of her own. Tensions between the British and the Boer settlers suddenly escalate into all-out war, and the Langbourne boys are once again embroiled in their survival and that of their business ventures.
At such young ages, it is hard to believe what they must endure.
Enjoy reading Alan's latest book as historic events unfold in a delightful story. Meet famous political and military figures in a different light as the Langbourne's cross paths with heroes and villains in their quest to overcome impossible odds.
Langbourne's Evolution, based on a fascinating and true story