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Murder on Kilimanjaro Review

In my inbox today I received a great five star review of Murder on Kilimanjaro!  Take a look...

As I was reading this book I was saddened knowing that this was the final climb of the Summit Murder Mystery series. On the upside there are three more books I have not read yet. This storyline was so realistic, the incidents on the climb could really have been pulled out of the newspapers. Once again we go along with Scott Devlon, Tom and Natasha, Dr.Calvin, Tarja and Quentin Stern. The President of the United States is also along for this ride. This story has all the twists and turns of a true mystery, it keeps you guessing until the the very end. From descriptions of the locale, Tanzania would be a wonderful place to visit.

Even if you have not read any of the Summit Murder Mysteries, you must at least read this one as it will pull you in to read the other ones. Although a series, they can all stand alone.

Much applause and thanks to our two fine authors, Charles G. Irion an…

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Seniors to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Alzheimer's

A pair of Vancouver seniors won’t let advanced age, aching bones or the threat of altitude sickness stop them from attempting a record-setting climb up Africa’s tallest mountain.

Martin and Esther Kafer — 85 and 84-years-old respectively — begin their ascent up Mount Kilimanjaro on Sept. 24 in a bid to raise money and awareness for the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

The Kafers will break the Guinness world record for oldest man and woman to conquer the peak if they complete their journey Sept. 30.

The Vancouver couple, who have climbed more than 500 mountains since they began hiking together 62 years ago, were on Grouse Mountain Thursday challenging British Columbians to march up the Grind in support of the cause.

Martin and Esther have raised $20,000 for Alzheimer’s research and urged locals to create teams of seven to climb the famous North Vancouver hiking trail the same day they’re set to conquer Kilimanjaro. The combined distance covered by seven hikers up the G…