Blessed Are the Dead by Malla Nunn
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Blessed Are the Dead Summary
Emmanuel Cooper's life is finally back on track when a request comes from Colonel van Niekerk that he report to the local police station in Balgowan, a small trading post in the Natal Midlands. When Cooper arrives, he learns of the disappearance of an adolescent Zulu girl in the wild foothills of the Drakensberg - and the local police are reluctant to search for her.
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"Starred Review. Gripping and thoughtful... Nunn brilliantly combines character and fair play clues." - Publishers Weekly
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Malla Nunn Author Biography
Malla was born in Swaziland in Southern Africa. She attended Florence Christian Academy, a "mixed race" boarding school. In the 1970s she migrated with her family to Western Australia, where she graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in English and History.
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