- 432 pages
- The Garden Of Burning Sand
- Corban Addison
- 24 May 2018 Corban Addison
Lusaka, Zambia Zoe Fleming Is A Young, Idealistic American Lawyer Working With An NGO Devoted To Combatting The Epidemic Of Child Sexual Assault In Southern Africa Zoe S Organization Is Called In To Help When An Adolescent Girl Is Brutally Assaulted The Girl S Identity Is A Mystery Where Did She Come From Was The Attack A Random Street Crime Or A Premeditated Act A Betrayal In Her Past Gives The Girl S Plight A Special Resonance For Zoe, And She Is Determined To Find The Perpetrator She Slowly Forms A Working Relationship, And Then A Surprising Friendship, With Joseph Kabuta, A Zambian Police Officer Their Search Takes Them From Lusaka S Roughest Neighbourhoods To The Wild Waters Of Victoria Falls, From The AIDS Stricken Streets Of Johannesburg To The Matchless Splendour Of Cape Town.As The Investigation Builds To A Climax, Threatening To Send Shockwaves Through Zambian Society, Zoe Is Forced To Radically Reshape Her Assumptions About Love, Loyalty, Family And, Especially, The Meaning Of Justice.
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