The Harbinger by Mark Graham

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An exiled black revolutionary leader escapes from police surveillance in Botswana.

A white labor union leader is found murdered in the “Blacks Only” lounge of the Port Elizabeth train station.

A high-ranking government official is activated by a foreign power after sixteen years as a “sleeper” agent.

An American arms dealer assembles a shipment of weapons destined for a South African gold mining company.

Each of these seemingly disparate events leads Homicide Detective Nigel Mansell to an ingenious plot to infiltrate the extraordinarily rich South African diamond mining system and to instigate a long overdue revolution against that country’s tyrannical government.


“The Harbinger is a strikingly well-written police procedural set amid the boiling crisis of South Africa. Richly moody and well done is all ways.” Kirkus Review

Andrew Greeley says of The Harbinger, “A wonderful suspense story by a skilled author who will quickly rise to the top of his profession. You won’t be able to put it down.”

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Published October 6, 2011 by Castle Knight Press. 480 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Strikingly well-written police procedural set amid the boiling crises of South Africa.

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