A Carrion Death - Michael Stanley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0061252409 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Stanley / 480 pages / Book published 2008-04 by Harper
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by - written on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
"The hyena moved off when the men shouted. It stood about fifty yards away, watching them with its head low between powerful shoulders, wary, not fearful, waiting for its chance to retake the field. The men stood in silence, staring at what the hyena had been eating." An enticing first sentence for a thriller, who wouldn't want to read on? The hyena takes the reader to Africa, to the Kalahari desert in Botswana as we later learn. In the following paragraph the leftovers of the hyena's meal are described in gruesome detail. The two men from a nearby camp in a game reserve can see that they belong to a white man but that's about it. The head of the ... Read the complete review
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