Corsair to reissue Delia Owens wildlife memoir

Corsair to reissue Delia Owens wildlife memoir

A memoir by Where the Crawdads Sing author Delia Owens and her husband Mark Owens, titled Cry of the Kalahari, will be reissued by Corsair in October, 36 years after its first release.

Corsair publisher James Gurbutt bought UK and Commonwealth rights from Lucy Morris at Curtis Brown.

The memoir — originally published in the US in 1984, and in 1985 in the UK by HarperCollins — will be published on 7th October in hardback, trade paperback and e-book. 

Cry of the Kalahari is Mark and Delia Owens' account of their time researching wildlife in the Kalahari Desert in the early 1970s,” Corsair...

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