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The History of Blood by Paul Mendelson


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Also by Paul Mendelson:

The History of Blood, July 2018
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The History of Blood
Paul Mendelson

Col Vaughn de Vries
July 2018
On Sale: July 3, 2018
Featuring: Colonel Vaughn de Vries; Don February
352 pages
ISBN: 1472121821
EAN: 9781472121820
Kindle: B074Z56BR2
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When the South African Police Service receive a panicked call for help from the wayward daughter of a former Apartheid-era politician, they discover only her body but, within it, a message which will take Colonel Vaughn de Vries and Don February of the Special Crimes Unit on a journey through their country - and their country's past - to decipher and resolve.

As organised crime grips South Africa, new players arrive in Cape Town, determined to exploit the poor and hopeless, promising redemption. While other government agencies snap impotently at the small fish, De Vries, linked by a personal connection, resolves to follow this trail to its source and take it down from the top. As decades old webs of corruption and influence are exposed, and the boundaries of morality blur, his decisions begin to impact on his friends, colleagues and family.


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