An assassination. A stolen baby. A race to the death.
Durban, South Africa, a car is hijacked. Suzanne Fessey fights back and kills one thief but the other, wounded, escapes with her baby on board.
In pursuit of the missing vehicle and baby are helicopter tracker pilot Nia Carras from the air, and Mike Dunn, a nearby wildlife researcher, from the ground. But South Africa's police have bigger problems: a bomb has gone off in Durban, killing the visiting American Ambassador, and chaos has descended on Kwa-Zulu Natal.
As the missing baby is tracked through the wild game reserves from Zululand to Zimbabwe, Mike and Nia come to realise that the war on terror has invaded their part of the world.
©2016 Tony Park (P)2016 Bolinda Publishing
"One of [Australia's] best and most consistent thriller writers." (The Daily Telegraph)
Entertaining from the beginning to the end and kept the reader guessing.
Susanne Fessey Such a nasty piece of work.
Terrific with the accents and a feeling of being part of the book/
Tony Park wrote a couple of below standard books but this back to Sivory & Silent Predator quality.
"Good story, rubbish narration"
I really enjoy Tony Park books. This is a great mix of action and intrigue, with real life experiences and emotions in the mix. I enjoyed visiting familiar places marred only by the dreadful pronunciations. Yet again we have a narrator who can't pronounce names of people and places properly, which is both annoying and distracting. I also felt the narration in general was lacking in passion and sounded stilted in many places. I read these books because I come from Southern Africa and can relate to the places and characters, and I can't believe there isn't a narrator who can read these books properly and with the feeling needed. It does make me think twice before listening to another of Tony's books, even though I do like the stories!
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