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A Question of Revenge: The Judge Ment Series Volume 2 Paperback – January 14, 2013
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
From the Author
Also read A Question of Desire or The Judge Ment Trilogy.
South African courts of law are historically attached to the English courts. They go back to the days when the country was still a colony and English Lords presided. As such, they are still very formal and follow a fixed and established procedure. The author maintains these characteristics in the Judge Ment series.
About the Author
KEN KLOPPER is the author of numerous books written in various genres that include murder and crime mysteries, fantasy, the supernatural, religious fiction, adventure, war and drama.
He enjoys writing easy-reading stories that often reflect social, psychological and moral issues, are open-ended, and thought provoking.
His knowledge of crime, criminals and the law emanates from his experience as a judicial officer, prosecutor, advocate, magistrate and judge in the South African Judicial System. His base is Cape Town, South Africa but he has lived and worked in numerous towns and cities in South Africa.
He also has a passion for music and is a songwriter and musician.
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The judge has a recurring dream about his secretary being
murdered, so sees his physcologist.
In the meantime, a young British honeymooner is murdered
and Judge Ment has the case. One of the witnesses is killed and the other
witness states that he is too scared to talk in open court, but he has
information on another murder and where the body is buried.
Now starts the twists and turns that has you guessing till the
end of who the murderer is.
A good story and I look forward to reading the next book.