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.
5-star Amazon reviews
“Killed in Kruger is a fast, exciting novel that I couldn’t put down… The characters range from charming to sly and even evil, the setting is vividly drawn, and the plot is engaging. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it.”
“This a great murder mystery that kept the reader interested. I enjoyed reading about South Africa as well. The author created a nice, strong heroine who persevered despite finding herself alone in a foreign country with a mystery to unravel. Great read. Highly recommend!”
About the author
Writing caught fire for me about the same time mysteries did. In the 5th grade! I’ve been working on writing and reading like crazy ever since. For many years, I wrote for newspapers and magazines. Now I’m doing scripts for short films and gleaning oddities from travel that can go into books. Learn more about me on my website. http://denisemhartman.com
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