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Paul Lambert

Paul Lambert was born in Mombasa, Kenya. The family immigrated to New Zealand when he was nine. He travelled extensively for years before settling back in Australia.

As a mature-aged student he achieved a BA/Bed at Southern Cross University.

At one time, he worked on the land as a permaculturist and transformed a cattle property into an orchard, grew organic vegetables, herbs and also raised chickens and turkeys.

In his spare time, he writes. This book is his first attempt at writing a novel based on a true story.

He now lives and works in Cairns, Queensland, teaches English to foreign students, is a carer for spinal injuries clients and where he seems to have found a niche.


  • Kwaheri Nairobi


    The end of Emily's long career was in sight. She had worked for airlines in Nairobi for many years and knew the challenges of running a successful company inside out, but that meant nothing when the country became independent and no longer tolerated a white woman in authority.

  • Relentless Echoes


    Relentless Echoes pulls the reader through times and troubles, at once exotic and familiar, feeling the pulse of Africa on the cusp of change whilst listening to the heart of a woman in and out of love.

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