An Entertaining Cozy Murder Mystery
(A Kenya Kanga Mystery)
by Victoria Tait
About Grevy Danger
5th in Series
Publisher : Kanga Press (August 6, 2021)
Digital: Number of Pages 260
ASIN : B08ZDRVRQG
Two deaths. No crime. For this determined sleuth the answers are not black and white.
Community vet ‘Mama Rose’ Hardie is hoping for peace and tranquility to mourn the death of her faithful husband. But when a woman collapses and dies in her arms, she’s shaken to the core.
She joins an endangered zebra expedition, but alarms bells start ringing when a second woman mysteriously dies in her care.
Despite the lack of evidence, and the authorities’ insistence that the tragedies are coincidental, Rose acts on her own instincts to prove they’re deliberate killings. But with clues luring her deep into the corrupt lion’s den, unmasking this deadly plot could claim her last breath
Will Rose’s pursuit of justice lead to her own extinction?
Grevy Danger is the fifth book in the compelling Kenya Kanga Mystery series. If you like intuitive heroines, mysteries full of twists and turns, and sweeping African landscapes, then you’ll love Victoria Tait’s intelligent tale.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
Welcome back to Africa with Mama Rose. After losing Craig in the last book I was eager to see how Rose was going to cope during het next adventure. I must say she is handling it the best she can slowly coming back out to he around people. This gets challenging when a woman suddenly dies right in front of her. As if that is not enough a second woman dies suddenly later on. Add an endangered Zebra trip to really makes things interesting. Well developed characters take us on an African trip to remember all while Rose figures out what really happened. Makes for fabulous read as it all plays out taking the reader on a trip they won't forget. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.
About Victoria Tait
is the author of the enchanting Kenya Kanga Mystery series. She’s drawn on 8 years’ experience of living in rural Kenya, with her family, to write vivid and evocative books. Her readers feel the heat, taste the dryness and smell the dust of Africa. Her silver-haired sleuth, “Mama Rose” Hardie, is Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple reincarnated and living in Kenya.
Like all good military wives, Victoria follows the beat of the drum and currently lives in Sarajevo, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has two fast growing teenage boys and enjoys horse riding and mountain biking.
You can find Victoria at VictoriaTait.com
, on Bookbub and in her readers’ Facebook group, Victoria’s Voracious Readers (with her cat Izzy)
Jessica, thank you for your succinct and honest review. And for hosting Grevy Danger on your blog.ReplyDelete