Early Praise For Daughter of Kura

Daughter of Kura, a novel by Debra Austin set in Africa 500,000 years ago, will be published in August, and we’re thrilled that its first review is so positive.

Publishers Weekly says, “Austin, a former doctor with a serious passion for paleoanthropology, brings exhaustive research and strong writing to her debut” and “accomplishes an extremely difficult task–to get readers to understand a community that resembles both human and animal societies….” They call the novel “a remarkable first effort” and say that the characters “will easily engage readers.”

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