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Trail of the Lost Jaguar-bookcover

By: Godfrey Brandt

Trail of the Lost Jaguar

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Trail of the Lost Jaguar is about two young British men who are in search of their ‘jaguar’ in the land of the jaguar, Guyana, South America, with no previous acquaintance with each other. While following their individual trails, they meet in Georgetown with explosive results. Guyana-born, Darren Young is returning to Guyana to pay tribute to and to bury his mum. Steve Everett, from County Durham, UK, is in Guyana for different purposes, including finding the ‘biggest diamond’. Both are searching for a destination that is undefined but sincerely sought. In his quest to find the biggest diamond he meets Ian, Darren’s relation, a fellow explorer in the bush. Much of the narrative is generated in the mind of Darren, including the story of ‘jaguar man’, a British man of Irish background who takes his ‘jaguarness’ to another level.

Godfrey Brandt FRSA. In addition to his RSA and RSL memberships, Godfrey Brandt is a fellow of the British American Project.

As an academic, he has worked for the University of London (Institute of Education and Birkbeck). He is visiting professor of English at the Godfrey Okoye University. Godfrey was responsible for the establishment of the Arts Management Programme at Birkbeck, University of London and its now well-established MA programme. On the literary front, Brandt is the author of the poetry anthologies Madiba and Other Poems and Barbara Al Sole.

As a playwright, he has written Conversation Tree, Miriam and Miss Eloise, which are available for production.

Streetwise is his forthcoming poetry anthology suited to younger audiences. His forthcoming novel is Unravelling Beauty. Brandt also directs plays. His most recent project was The Bear by Anton Chekhov, which he directed in High Wycombe for the Masque Players. Godfrey and Pauline, his wife, recently completed building their own house as featured on Grand Designs: The Street.

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