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Tabitha Krans arrives to discover the veldt of South Africa’s Kruger Park seems to have swallowed up Uncle Phillip. Tabitha’s afraid her writing career has disappeared along with him and dire things lie in wait for her as her mother had predicted. Uncle Phillip’s connections are her only link to travel writing and his photos are crucial. When he turns up dead, she wants th...more
Kindle Edition, 209 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Amazon (first published May 25th 2012)
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Jackie
Extremely disappointed in this book. I am from the area where the book was written and was looking forward to enjoying a good read set in beautiful Kruger National Park. Although geographically most of Kruger Park detail was correct, the plot, characters and story line left me yawning and totally bored. It did not hold my interest at all. Also the Afrikaans names were not spelt correctly and the Afrikaans used in the book made no sense. I could not give it more than one star .....
Marlene
Since I'm Afrikaans speaking, I thought this book would be a thoroughly enjoyable read. Disappointment hit within the first few pages, but I'll finish the story because of the great descriptions of nature and the area where the story plays out.

The Afrikaans phrases are terrible. Even things that could have been translated with Google or Babelfish are messed up. "Jammer wees dat" is an excellent example. I don't even know what that phrase is supposed to mean, but if the author is perhaps reading...more
Linda Parkinson-Hardman
Denise's book has it all, both the murder and the mystery blended beautifully with vivid descriptions of the African countryside. I have often wondered what happens when someone stumbles into something they aren't supposed to know anything about, particularly something criminal. Movies make it seem that it's second nature to just 'bump someone off', but I've never been convinced, it all seems too 'perfect' if you know what I mean. However, in this novel I began to see just how things might happe...more
Tony Maxwell
I've just finished reading Denise Hartman's novel, 'Killed in Kruger,' and really enjoyed it!

Set in the Kruger National Park, it's the story of a young American woman who travels to the Park in search of her photographer uncle who is assisting her in establishing her career as a journalist. On her arrival, she discovers that he has been murdered and, unwilling to follow her fiancé's advice to give up and flee the country, she sets out to discover what happened to her uncle.

Ms. Hartman's obvious...more
Jo Anne
Very interesting story and having been to Kruger and Nelspruit makes it even more interesting - made me want to go back there and see all the animals again.
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Denise's background in journalism and television production has influenced her writing style and habits, while living overseas for several years, currently in Madrid, Spain, gives Denise's imagination new sites and sounds for her mysteries. To hear more of her travels or books checkout her blog: http://www.roamingwriter.blogspot.com, her website http://denisemhartman.com/, or find her on facebook...more
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