Canadian born, Andrew Stephenson spent his childhood in Hong Kong, India, Kenya, Scotland, Malaysia and Singapore. He studied postgraduate International Economics in France, Canada and Norway and worked as an international economist for two Canadian banks before joining the United Nations Development Programme in Tanzania where he got his pilot's licence and started a safari company. After five years in East Africa he returned to North America to become a financial adviser. He has subsequently worked as a consultant in international development for the Canadian, Norwegian and Swedish governments travelling over most of Africa and Asia. He was owner of two adventure companies in Norway. He currently lives in Bermuda where he writes full-time. This is his fifth book.
'Stevenson writes vividly and with empathy. A book to satisfy your wanderlust from the comfort of your own home.' The Travel and Leisure Magazine 'His hunger for knowledge about the Aborigines results in a steadily accumulated, thought-provoking collection of perspectives.' Wanderlust