Last Chance in Africa is a record of a four months' visit to Kenya by journalist, Negley Farson.
Farson enjoys life on Safari on the Northern Frontier, goes fishing on the Thika and visits Masailand.
Farson’s book also describes a world that is changing; he looks at some of the challenges Kenya is facing, examining the role of the British colonial administration, and profiling several prominent British and African personalities.
Negley Farson (1890 – 1960), was an American author and adventurer. From 1924 until 1935 he was a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Daily News.
Published by Victor Gollancz in 1953.
The book is in good condition with dust jacket and the binding is intact.