Monthly Archives: July 2014

The ivory, cybercrime, terrorism trail

At a point in time, after the deaths of the thirty thousand elephants killed in 2013 has sunk in, the inevitable question surfaces: Why should the international community care about elephants? It’s not just because they are beautiful, social, caring animals. It’s because by mining the ivory from their carcasses, a vortex of violence and […]

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Biography ~ The early years

  Geoffrey Wells was born in the gold mining town of Welkom, in South Africa. The Wells family moved to various mines in South Africa and Ghana as a result of his father’s consulting work as a mining engineer and contractor in the field of shaft sinking and tunneling. When he was a young teenager, […]

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Welcome to my new WordPress blog

Hi: I will now be using this new blog. Having recently sent The Faces in the Rain to my editor, I finally get to focus on communicating what the book is all about and why I wrote it.  Please stay tuned…

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