| || The body of a seventeen-year-old girl has been found covered in wildflowers in the Drakensberg Mountains, near Durban. She is the daughter of a Zulu chief, destined to fetch a high bride price. Was Amahle as innocent as her family claims, or is her murder a sign that she lived a secret life? Detective Sergeant Emmanuel Cooper is sent to investigate. He must enter the guarded worlds of a traditional Zulu clan and a white farming community to gather up the clues. But the silence in the valley is deafening, and it seems that everyone has something to hide. In this page-turning tale of murder and mystery, Nunn entangles us in a rich and complex web of witchcraft, tribalism, taboo relationships... and plain old-fashioned greed.|
This is a fun, engaging read with lots of quirks and plot twists.
Review by: Sarah Minns