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The second part of the book is much better than the beginning. I kept getting lost and had to review what I had already read.Published 7 months ago by JD
I loved the rapid pace. I didn't care for all the violence, though it suited the story. Well written mostly but could have used editing for details that sometimes not clear.Published 7 months ago by Catherine Onyemelukwe
Totally without merit and dull. All rehashed nonsense. This is not the "thriller" you savor for a good afternoon read.Published 18 months ago by Leon Trotsky
He is not the best of writers. I like his father writing better. But it's nice to read of Nairobi. The plot with the genocidech in Rwanda is i bit difficult to catch in the end. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Gunvor Täktén
I purchased this because my daughter lived in Africa for 2 years and I was interested in something from an east African author. It is a quick read and a pretty good story. Read morePublished on October 12, 2013 by Luana Bierlein
Nairobi Heat by Mukoma Wa Ngugi
The setting for "Nairobi Heat" switches between Madison, Wisconsin and Nairobi, Kenya. Read more
There are very good books appearing by 2nd and 3rd generation African writers raised or educated or living, or all 3, in the US. Read morePublished on August 21, 2013 by annie
The story was interesting, the locale was all that I hoped it would be, but I didn't think it was very well writtenPublished on August 18, 2013 by Ruth Rich