This sequel to the action-packed Devil Dealing depicts the ongoing search by detectives Jeremy Ryder and Navi Pillay for the evil gangster Skhura Thabethe, dealer in stolen weapons, drugs and murder. The secondary plot shows the detectives uncovering a link between stolen weapons and the local trade in drugs. The two main plots unfold in strictly organized chronological sequence over 10 days, until a climactic ending when the two plot-lines coalesce in a spectacular confrontation between the detectives and the two main villains. Against a background of delicate emotional exchanges between victims of crime and the police, Gun Dealing, like its predecessor, explores the moral and ethical choices made by the detectives in their day-to-day confrontation with rampant and brutal crime in contemporary South Africa.
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True to life
The opening is sensational. I love it. Calm, happy, menacing. Then a shattering outbreak of violence. As anyone who knows this country will see, it's unfortunately just like real life. There's also an amazing dinner party where things happen that happen every night all over the country. Better not say what it is. Don't want to spoil it for others. Very exciting, though.
No. Not yet. But have read the first book, and loved it.
Not really. It's exciting, but good to listen to in the car or later at night, in big bits.
Nice voice. Nice speech. Nice sound.
- Lorraine Motsepe
Very nice series
It was nice to have all the characters and accents, and the reading is very clear and distinct. The recording was nice and resonant and strong
There was such a sad moment when the parents of the murdered constable come to see the Captain. The Captain is such a nice guy.
I liked Spikes. Before I heard his voice in the recording I liked Thebethe best of all. Well, I don't mean 'liked', you know? He is so evil. But what nice acting. Like a devil's voice.
Yes, I cried at the parents and grandmother seeing the Captain. And I laughed a lotg at the Afrikaans detectives. Such nice men.
I'm really enjoying the whole series.
- Suzie Whyte