In Idi Amin’s Uganda, Kate Wagner’s work methods anger Stuart McBride, her supervisor. Kate’s attempt to teach him a lesson goes awry, and she finds herself in the middle of a cold-blooded blackmail when McBride is murdered. Forced to return to England, she encounters an unexpected and potentially deadly foe.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Valerie Spencer was raised in England’s Industrial North, and did leadership development work in Uganda before moving to the United States to work for the Episcopal Church for a year. She became so busy that she forgot to return to England, and is now the owner of a writing and editing business in California’s Central Valley. In addition to working with authors, Val teaches writing classes at a local university and writes non-fiction books and training manuals. This is her first novel. Val was in Uganda in the 1970’s, and experienced the nightmare of Idi Amin’s dictatorship, often placing her own life in jeopardy in order to aid Asian refugees in their flight from Amin’s treachery. Now housekeeper to two cats, who provide her with ample non-monetary remuneration, Val spends her time shopping for cat food bargains and daubing red and blue marks all over other people’s manuscripts.
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