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Dead on the Delta: An Alexa Williams Novel
by Sherry Knowlton

Published: 2021-02-16T00:0
Paperback : 254 pages
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“Every page radiates love and knowledge of this unique part of our planet and highlights its potential for disaster. Knowlton’s suspenseful book sets the beauty of the Okavango against the dangers.”–Michael Stanley, author of the Detective Kubu series

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“Every page radiates love and knowledge of this unique part of our planet and highlights its potential for disaster. Knowlton’s suspenseful book sets the beauty of the Okavango against the dangers.”–Michael Stanley, author of the Detective Kubu series

When Alexa Williams agrees to spend months doing lion research with boyfriend Reese, she looks forward to witnessing the elemental life and death struggle of the African wild. But she never imagines she’ll become one of the hunted on the Okavango Delta. In the latest Alexa Williams novel, the kick-ass lawyer tangles with elephant poachers and conservation politics on the African continent.

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Crack! A loud noise woke Alexa from a restless sleep. She opened her eyes and propped up on an elbow to listen. Even with the mattress pad, her hip and elbow ached from the hard ground. Shrugging off the sound as a dream or a falling branch, she settled back into her sleeping bag. Then, a series of loud reports split the night. Gunfire. She bolted upright, heart racing, and scrambled to pull on her shirt, pants, jacket, and shoes. She heard muffled voices to her right. Mo and Tale were awake too. In the dark, Alexa crawled to the door of her tent just as someone zipped it open from the outside. ... view entire excerpt...

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1. Would you travel on an African safari? Why or why not?

2. What, if any, limits should be placed on the protection of wild spaces and wild animals?

3. Can committing a major crime ever be justified in pursuit of a good social or personal cause?

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