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Clementine Evans discovers a family secret on her grandmother's 99th birthday, which leads her to British Kenya in the 1920s and facts about her family she never knew.
Clementine Evans is a successful lawyer in New York and seems to have it all until her grandmother Addie lets a secret slip out at her 99th birthday party. That secret leads Clemmie to British Africa of the 1920's and a truth about her family which could change her life.