I was very pleased to see all three of my Kate Gomolemo Mysteries (Claws of a Killer, Anything for Money, and Murder for Profit) being reviewed over at Tuck Magazine.
Here's an excerpt:
...That said, there is still a sense of cultural significance to Lauri Kubuitsile’s crime novels covering themes of HIV/AIDS in African society, government corruption, the place of women, traditional life, right down to the jacaranda and morula trees and the colours of the sky at dusk….. one cannot escape the impression that one is in Africa and not in New York. This impression is coupled with a universal appeal underlined by the most powerful of themes…. good triumphing over evil….we all want a bit more of that.....
Read the rest HERE.