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Terry Angelos spent her childhood in provincial Zimbabwe, when it was known as Rhodesia. It was deceptively idyllic, infused with scenes and adventures that were inspired by the imperial ideals of Rudyard Kipling and a favourite fictional, scrappy sleuth by the name of Nancy Drew. Her parents were teachers in a whites-only school in the small town of Sinoia (Shona name: Chinhoyi). The Second Chimurenga, or, depending on who is telling the story, the Rhodesian Bush War, began at Sinoia in 1966, three years before Terry was born. 

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