Rhino Charge by Victoria Tait
Rhino Charge (A Kenya Kanga Mystery) by Victoria Tait
About Rhino Charge
Cozy Mystery 3rd in Series
Publisher: Kanga Press (February 5, 2021)
Number of Pages: ~290
Digital ASIN: B08PV45HYJ
A treacherous race to stop an extinction. A mysterious death linked to the past. Can a silver-haired sleuth track down the clues in time to save a life?
‘Mama Rose’ Hardie has always fought to conserve Kenya’s precious wildlife. Officiating at an off-road fundraising race in the iconic Maasai Mara, she’s shocked when a vehicle crash claims the life of a friend. And worse still, this was no accident…
When another friend is accused of plotting a deadly sabotage, the clever amateur sleuth vows to clear his name. But with motives between teams reaching deep into an unfortunate past, the determined woman must work fast to track down the wily killer. .
Can Rose catch the culprit before more lives are endangered?
Rhino Charge is the thrilling third tale in the Kenya Kanga cozy mystery series. If you like sharp heroines, suspenseful reveals, and iconic African settings, then you’ll love Victoria Tait’s breathtaking story.
Buy Rhino Charge to set a trap for a callous murderer today!
It did not matter that I had not read the previous books in this series.
Of course now I definitely will.Victoria's writing draws us deeply into the Kenyan setting.
I am familiar with auto races of various sorts and the rivalry/camaraderie that arises.
I assessed quickly how high the emotions were running.
Mama Rose is a strong character, and as such, she attracts other very lively and deep people around her. The cast of this novel shows their true character as you journey into the pages.
If the attraction of a life or death race across barren tundra, all to benefit animal charities, is not enough tension, there is marital strife, physical ailments and regaining health (so not all doom and gloom.) Many quality mysteries include a murder. This is no exception, but are we sure it was murder? Or intentional? I am not giving it away.
I took my time reading this book to allow myself to envision myself along the checkpoints and in camp with Mama Rose and friends. The ending is a real thinker.
Your sense of ethics gets as much as workout as your emotions and mystery solving brain.
About Victoria Tait
Her readers feel the heat, taste the dryness, and smell the dust of Africa.
Her elderly amateur sleuth, “Mama Rose” Hardie is Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple reincarnated and living in Kenya.
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