The journey in the book titled Little Soot.

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The journey in the book titled Little Soot.

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A murder mystery involving interesting characters in a peculiar setting with unusual murder weapons and thought-provoking twists and turns.

Eye of the Chameleon is a must read book written by Ken Klopper and available in our Fiction Bookshelf. It's available in eBook.

A murder mystery involving interesting characters in a peculiar setting with unusual murder weapons and thought-provoking twists and turns.

There's a rat in every hole. Volume 4 in The Judge Ment Series. Crime Mystery with a South African flavor.

Riley and The Rat is a must read book written by Ken Klopper and available in our Fiction Bookshelf. It's available in eBook.

There should be a parrot in that one but I’m terrified of birds,” Mandy said.  “So you have ornithophobia?” Ment remarked.  “No, I’m just afraid of birds,” she replied, appearing annoyed and puzzled.

There should be a parrot in that one but I’m terrified of birds,” Mandy said. “So you have ornithophobia? “No, I’m just afraid of birds,” she replied, appearing annoyed and puzzled.

The elephant’s massive ears were spread out and he made piercing, excited trumpeting sounds. Bosch slowly raised his rifle. “Easy now,” he said. “I think he’s just testing us. Start to move backwards very slowly.”

The elephant’s massive ears were spread out and he made piercing, excited trumpeting sounds. Bosch slowly raised his rifle. “Easy now,” he said. “I think he’s just testing us. Start to move backwards very slowly.

They stared ahead, at first only noticing a gentle movement in the trees to their left before the huge, grey monster made its appearance. Its head was held low and it moved almost mechanically like a wind-up toy. The giant horn growing from its face appeared out of place and cumbersome—an appendix that caused more harm than good.   “It’s one of our white rhino,” Bosch said.   “Is that the sort that is being poached?” Alice asked.

They stared ahead, at first only noticing a gentle movement in the trees to their left before the huge, grey monster made its appearance. Its head was held low and it moved almost mechanically like a wind-up toy. The giant horn growing from its face appeared out of place and cumbersome—an appendix that caused more harm than good. “It’s one of our white rhino,” Bosch said. “Is that the sort that is being poached?” Alice asked.

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