The last hunt / Deon Meyer ; translated from Afrikaans by K.L. Seegers
Книга | Atlantic Monthly Press | 2020 | First Grove Atlantic hardcover edition.

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Издание
First Grove Atlantic hardcover edition.
Описание
376 pages ; 24 cm.
Серия
A Benny Griessel novel ; 6
Meyer, Deon. Benny Griessel novel ; 6.
Summary
"When a cold case dossier lands on Captain Benny Griessel's desk, he and his partner Vaughn Cupido, fellow member of the Hawks elite police unit in South Africa, reluctantly set to work reviewing the evidence of the disappearance-and possible murder-of ex-cop Johnson Johnson on the world's most luxurious train line. Two fellow travelers might have the answers Griessel and Cupido need-but they too seem to have disappeared into thin air, and the few clues that exist suggest a cover-up. Meanwhile, Daniel Darret has settled into a new, quiet life in Bordeaux, France, far from his native South Africa and his revolutionary past. But when a man from that past reappears to commission his unique skills one more time, Daniel is forced to decide whether to remain anonymous or to strike a forceful blow against a corrupt government. Benny and Vaughn's investigation and Daniel's decision eventually collide in an ending as dramatic as it is unexpected, leaving Griessel and Cupido uncertain of their own future. With its rapid-fire plotting and beloved characters, The Last Hunt shows one of today's great crime writers operating at the peak of his powers and makes a brave and powerful statement about the pervasive corruption that has stolen so much from Meyer's native country"-- Provided by publisher.
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Другие Издания:
Reproduction of (manifestation): Meyer, Deon. Last hunt London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2019 9781473614468
ISBN
9780802156921 (hardcover)
0802156924 (hardcover)
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