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Sibanda and the Death's Head Moth (#2 Sibanda)

C M Elliott

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Orion
01 April 2020
Fiction & Literature; Crime & mystery
Detective Inspector Jabulani Sibanda is back! With his sharp instincts and relentless hunger for justice, he returns to the bush territory he became so familiar with in Sibanda and the Rainbird. In this second installment, he is once again accompanied by his trusty sidekicks, Sergeant Ncube and the infamous Miss Daisy.

In SIBANDA AND THE DEATH'S HEAD MOTH, Sibanda is short on clues, but, with his uncanny intuition, a fragment of material found in the brain of one victim, a puncture wound in the thigh of another and a diary full of coded names, he starts to build a case. Sibanda is still haunted by Berry, the unattainable love of his life. She is missing under mysterious circumstances. Ncube, on the other hand, is still haunted by myths, folklore, frightening figments and a stomach that requires constant attention. Are the murders connected? Will Berry be found? Will Miss Daisy finally splutter and die?
By:   C M Elliott
Imprint:   Orion
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 232mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 24mm
Weight:   320g
ISBN:   9781472130501
ISBN 10:   1472130502
Series:   Detective Sibanda
Pages:   320
Publication Date:   01 April 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

C.M. Elliott was born in England. At 27, she moved to Zimbabwe in the middle of the civil war and, with her game ranger husband, pioneered a tourism business in the newly independent country, based in and around Hwange National Park. Elliott began writing seriously about three years ago - short stories to begin with and then moving on to what would eventually become Sibanda and the Rainbird. She now writes fulltime.

Reviews for Sibanda and the Death's Head Moth (#2 Sibanda)

Fans of Alexander McCall Smith will love Scotty Elliott's Sibanda series . . . They have the same dry humour and warmth as the No1 Ladies' Detective Agency stories, the same palpable affection for the people and the landscape, and detectives who solve crimes more by hunch and legwork than with forensics and technology - Sunday Times (SA) Her plot keeps readers guessing right to the end, when the monster meets a truly satisfying fate . . . Elliott's skill as a writer lies in her ability to create and flesh out characters that are so lifelike, they thrum in your head for days after finishing her books - Business Live Will have you hooked - The Gremlin


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