Murders on Safari

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Xlibris Corporation, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 261 pages
A story of four unhappy young wives that were virtually held as rich American slaves by their much older rich and powerful husbands. Independently, these unhappy wives were approached and sold an answer to their unfortunate dilemma - a African hunting safari that would pit their husbands against a foe that each could not handle. In each case, the result would be an undetectable murder. Four perfect crimes until a bimbo girlfriend of one of the deceased figured it all out and devised a plan that made the four young widows her accomplices to extract her revenge. Who were the real winners? Before his untimely death, Peter Hathaway Capstick was the greatest writer of African safari life with numerous best sellers. Peter was glad to assist the author as a contributing editor in finalizing the Murders on Safari manuscript. The story depicts promises of hope for desperate young wives trapped in rich surroundings that choke their real live desires. But consequences raise their ugly heads. Feel the backstage life of real hunting safaris with their glamour and their danger, and experience first hand the incredible charge of wounded lions, elephant, and Cape buffalo. Could planned safari murders like these really have happened? - You bet!

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