The Second Death of Goodluck Tinubu (Paperback)
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Normally a peaceful wilderness retreat, the Jackalberry bush camp has suddenly become a ghastly crime scene--and Detective David "Kubu" Bengu is assigned to the case. Zimbabwean teacher Goodluck Tinubu and another tourist have been found bludgeoned to death, while another guest at the camp--rumored to be a dissident wanted in Zimbabwe--has disappeared without a trace.
With the local police unable--or unwilling--to provide much assistance, Detective Kubu must rely on his own instincts. But a startling piece of forensic evidence from Goodluck Tinubu's murder adds a complicated twist to the investigation, and Kubu has to work fast to solve a seemingly impossible riddle before more Jackalberry guests meet their deaths.
About the Author
Michael Stanley is the writing team of Johannesburg natives Michael Sears and Stanley Trollip. The pair has had many adventures together, including tracking lions at night and fighting bush fires on the Savuti plains in northern Botswana.