Tabitha Krans arrives to discover the veldt of South Africa’s Kruger Park seems to have swallowed up Uncle Phillip. Tabitha’s afraid her writing career has disappeared along with him and dire things lie in wait for her as her mother had predicted. Uncle Phillip’s connections are her only link to travel writing and his photos are crucial. When he turns up dead, she wants the truth. Dead men don’t speak but photos Phillip took evoke strange reactions in park authorities. Her nosing around turns up suspicions of human trafficking, poaching and covert investigations but not many answers. South Africa holds dark secrets and deep beauty but it doesn’t want to give Tabitha the truth. She keeps prying until someone believes she’s a threat in need of elimination.
|Publisher:||Denise M. Hartman|
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About the Author
Denise has worked as a full-time journalist and as a freelance writer for magazines and newspapers. Fiction pieces have appeared in several local and national magazines. She has been a graphic designer and video producer. Denise is a member of Sisters in Crime, and a former local chapter president. Denise has a passion for reading, books, dogs, travel and teapots, not necessarily in that order.
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Killed in Kruger based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Having just returned from a vacation that included Kruger it gave a good description of the feeling of the Park other than getting out of vehicles! The story line was enough to keep reading.