Deadly Mother City

Deadly Mother City

A Pieter Strauss novel

Joyce Summer

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304 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783754321874

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 13.07.2021

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Nein

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The heat is oppressive in Cape Town and the drinking water is running out. A series of brutal murders shake the Cape of Good Hope. The tension boils over when the body of a young tourist is found in the middle of the idyllic national park.
Captain Pieter Strauss of the "De Valke" special unit must catch the murderer before there can be another victim. Are these gruesome crimes connected to the ancient superstition of the Rain Queen, who demands victims in times of drought? Or is there something else behind it?

Pieter and his old friend Nick Aquilina quickly get caught up in a vortex that pulls them deep into the merciless world of the townships and entangles them in the machinations of unscrupulous, large corporations. A fierce battle breaks out over the urgent need for drinking water, and all the while the murderer hunts for his next victim.
Joyce Summer

Joyce Summer

Born in the Nibelungen city of Worms, Joyce Summer has been fascinated by stories and legends since childhood. What could be more natural than to devote herself entirely to writing at some point? After years of working as a manager in various banks and large corporations, she knows enough about politics and intrigue: so it was not difficult for Joyce to leave this life behind and go on a murder hunt with paper and pen. "In my previous job, you had to be prepared for someone to stick a knife in your back. In that case, I'd rather live out my own murderous desires and fantasies in beautiful crime novels - and I can give my readers a treat as well."

Her love for the island of eternal spring, Madeira, brought her to write her first crime novel in 2015. The proximity to water did it to her. Be it in their books, which always have scenes on the water, or in real life.

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