Those Who Love Night by Wessel Ebersohn

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When Abigail Bukula, a young lawyer in the South African Justice Department, learns that the secret son of her aunt, who died in a massacre years ago, has been arrested by the Zimbabwean government, she races to his aid. She’s as determined as ever but perhaps a bit naive as well. Accused of being a part of the so-called Harare Seven, her cousin is being held as a political prisoner in the country’s most brutal prison.

With only an eager young lawyer as an ally and a director of the country’s intelligence agency either helping her or setting her up, Bukula will not leave without winning her cousin’s freedom and learning what really happened to her aunt so many years ago. By cunning, by bribery, by sheer audacity—and with the help of her friend prison psychologist Yudel Gordon—Abigail is determined to prevail in Those Who Love Night, Wessel Ebersohn’s explosive follow-up to his critically acclaimed series debut.


About Wessel Ebersohn

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Wessel Ebersohn was born in Cape Town, South Africa. An internationally published author, Those Who Love Night is the second in an outstanding new crime series that began with the widely acclaimed The October Killings.
Published January 31, 2012 by Minotaur Books. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Since she’s just been tipped off that her wealthy husband, Robert Mokoapi, is cheating on her with his nubile temp, it suddenly seems like a perfect time to leave him behind and go to Zimbabwe, where she’s soon joined by her old friend, Yudel Gordon, who’s also enjoying some time off from his job...

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Review: When South African government attorney Abigail Bukula ruffles more than a few political feathers after her department is reorganized, she is put on paid administrative leave, allowing her the opportunity to travel to neighboring Zimbabwe, where she once lived and where her cousin is rumor...

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The Times

Prince William's wife Catherine is normally careful to protect her privacy, so Britain's newspapers seized Wednesday on what appeared to be a rare slip of the tongue suggesting that her unborn baby is a girl.

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