Wild Justice

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Random House, Aug 11, 1997 - Fiction - 517 pages
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User Review  - Karel Soeters - Goodreads

A below average book from Wilbur. A plot for which no research was needed (apart from some traveling to some destinations) Wilburs algorithm for books (Afrika, suspence, cruelty, sex and violence) was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Fredrick Danysh - Goodreads

An aircraft is highjacked on its way to South America. Only one man can save everyone from the terrorists. Another modern terrorist novel about an over worked theme. Read full review


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Novelist Wilbur Smith was born in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia on January 9, 1933. He graduated from Rhodes University. He has writen more than 20 novels, which have been translated into 26 different languages. The Dark Side of the Sun, Wild Justice, and Shout at the Devil have all been adapted as films. Smith says that Africa is his major inspiration, and currently he has over 30 novels published. He now lives in London with his current wife, who is 39 years his junior.

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