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Quercus Publishing, Sep 29, 2011 - Fiction - 448 pages

A volatile Zimbabwe and the jungles of the Congo are the battlefields for a deadly game of cat and mouse in Africa's wildlife wars.

Canadian researcher Michelle Parker jumps at the chance to visit the famed mountain gorillas, but she is wary of the man offering it, a professional big game hunter, Fletcher Reynolds. He represents everything that she has fought against - the slaughter of animals for material gain - but she is reassured by his apparent support for the stamping out of poaching.

Ex-SAS officer Shane Castle has been recruited by Fletcher to spearhead the anti-poaching campaign. Shane has seen what bullets can do to both man and animal. He makes Michelle start to doubt the choices she has made.

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User Review  - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing

All of Tony Parks (now four) novels are set in Africa and this is another big book, about big issues, set in a big continent. The story revolves around three white characters, each with their own ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Australian writer Tony Park fell in love with South Africa on a short trip in 1995 and he and his wife now divide their time between their home in Sydney and a tent in the Kruger Park. He is a qualified military parachutist and a major in the Australian Army Reserve. A journalist and PR consultant, he is also the author of The Delta, Silent Predator, Ivory and African Dawn.

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