Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Pacino possesses the subtlety and sensitivity, underlain by strength, that would be needed to do justice to Yudel. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.
Here he dreamcasts adaptations of his recent novels, and : These two thrillers have the same central characters, Yudel Gordon and Abigail Bukula, but the settings are very different. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. The setting was well done - vivid descriptions of life and events in South Africa and Zimbabwe. This almost-dalliance leads to their marriage nearly ending. It w I really liked The October Killings, but found this disappointing. About this Item: Minotaur Books. Learn more about the books and author at and.
Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Adding to her despondency is she thinks her husband Robert Mokoapi is cheating on her; making her efforts to remain faithful that much harder as she is attracted to Zimbabwe Central Intelligence Organization official Jonas Chunga. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. James in some ways, in others it wasn't so far off. The complexities of South Africa a decade after the end of white rule help fuel a compelling plot that builds to several dramatic climaxes. Engrossing mystery set in present day Zimbabwe.
When Abigail Bukula, a young lawyer in the South African Justice Department, learns that the secret son of her aunt, who died in a massacre years ago, has been arrested by the Zimbabwean government, she races to his aid. About this Item: Minotaur Books. A dear friend and colleague, Yudel Gordon, comes to her aid and together they must plot how to proceed. I look forward to reading more novels featuring her. I think the man is a genius of his medium. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library.
By cunning, by bribery, by sheer audacity—and with the help of prison psychologist Yudel Gordon—Abigail is determined to prevail in Those Who Love Night, Wessel Ebersohn's explosive follow-up to his critically acclaimed series debut. Abigail is unhappy with the politicians ending the successful Scorpions program who got felons convicted including some highly ranked corrupt officials; the leaders have replaced that cell with a politically correct unit Hawk who she knows is to leave the untouchable elite politicos alone. When Abigail Bukula, a young lawyer in the South African Justice Department, learns that the secret son of her aunt, who died in a massacre years ago, has been arrested by the Zimbabwean government, she races to his aid. The part requires an intelligent actor with a naturally strong presence. An accomplished lawyer and rising star in the South African Justice Department, Abigail is shocked to learn that she has a cousin, Tony, whom she never knew existed and that he has been imprisoned in Zimbabwe as part of the activist Harare Seven. Those Who Love Night, on the other hand, takes place in Zimbabwe, a dictatorship where the electric power comes and goes without warning, where traffic lights only work intermittently and where only the well-heeled shop in supermarkets.
Author Wessel lets us linger on each fascinating character who plays a role in Those Who Love Night. Wessel handles the horror of the regime in Zimbabwe deftly without minimising anything. With a shocking final twist, readers will appreciate dedicated Abigail trying to obtain justice for the Harare Seven inside a country where the sword is mightier than the pen. Abigail is in her thirties, beautiful, black and rich since she is married to a wealthy newspaper owner. A talented, but mentally ill, young man, Tony is a political activist; he, along with six other dissidents, has been secretly arrested and is being held under harsh conditions in Chikurubi, a prison where most inmates die within a year of cholera or starvation. And of course she is a great actress. Abigail Bukula is a prosecutor in South Africa where she works for the Department of Justice.
Abigail, who practiced law in Zimbabwe, travels there to represent the Harare Seven, but the authorities refuse to cooperate. The spine may show signs of wear. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Shes as determined as ever, but perhaps a bit naive as well.
Perhaps its the realization that her marriage is in turmoil and her job is in jeopardy that provides the impetus in getting her aboard the plane that flies her to Harare. With only an eager young lawyer as an ally and a director of the country's intelligence agency either helping her or setting her up, Bukula will not leave without winning her cousin's freedom and learning what really happened to her aunt so many years ago. The novel ends on a shocking note that is quite depressing. If I could not get Eastwood, I would look for. As determined as ever, she may also be a bit naive.