Burn: Number 2 in series - Jake and Jouma (Paperback)
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Burn: Number 2 in series - Jake and Jouma (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages
Published: 25/06/2009

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Just when Inspector Daniel Jouma believes calm has returned to Mombasa, all hell has broken loose. Bodies are piling up in the morgue, Jouma's new boss wants answers - and the mayor wants him out.

Meanwhile, bulldozers are hurtling towards Jake Moore's stomping ground. Ever the hero, the maverick cop turned fishing-boat skipper faces up to the might of Kenya's most ruthless - and dangerous - developer.

Then a chilling secret, long thought to be buried in the ashes of a deadly inferno, brings the crime-busting duo together once again. And Jake and Jouma are about to discover that, when you play with fire, someone always gets burned . . .

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780749929060
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 306 g
Dimensions: 197 x 142 x 27 mm

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“Burn”

A gripping and well woven complex crime thriller. The principle characters are well defined and the narrative is both well paced and engaging, pulling you through the twists and turns of the plot.You come to quickly... More

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