The Devil's Feather by Minette Walters
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The Devil's Feather Summary
In 2002, five women are discovered barbarously murdered in Sierra Leone. Reuters Africa correspondent Connie Burns suspects a British mercenary: a man who seems to turn up in every war-torn corner of Africa, whose reputation for violence and brutality is well-founded and widely known. Connies suspicions that hes using the chaos of war to act out sadistic, misogynistic fantasies fall on deaf earsbut shes determined to expose him and his secret. The consequences are devastating.
The Devil's Feather Reviews
"Starred review. Walters delivers an intense, engrossingly structured tour de force about survival and "the secret of freedom, courage." - Publishers Weekly.
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Minette Walters Author Biography
Minette Walters is the author of eleven novels, two novellas, and a number of short stories. Her work, which has been published in more than thirty-five countries, has received several major awards, including two Gold Daggers from the Crime Writers Association in Great Britain and the Edgar Allan Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Dorset, England.
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