Mysteries of Africa

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Plus, the narrator of the book - Hastings - is a lovely storyteller - very straight-forward, albeit not too smart, funny, and always in search for the next girl to fall in love with. He alternates between two techniques: staging a ruse (what he calls dropping a grenade) and weaving a net that allows the culprit to be firmly trapped. requiring careful files with photographs and records of every scrap of evidence. except for his occasional “demon” of a temper. he is unquestionably English. assassination.

Pages: 132

Publisher: Popular Press 1; 1 edition (June 15, 1991)

ISBN: 0879725117

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