Kobra

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Bennie Griessel is eerste op die toneel: 'n bloedbad in 'n luukse gastehuis op 'n Franschhoek-wynplaas. Drie slagoffers van 'n geheimsinnige, blitsige, meedoenlose huurmoordenaar genaamd Die Kobra. Kan Griessel hom keer voordat hy weer toeslaan? Want daar was boonop 'n ontvoering . . . Ene Paul Anthony Morris, Britse burger met 'n splinternuwe paspoort. Maar wie is die man werklik? Voeg hierby 'n grypdief wat onwetend iets steel wat aan Die Kobra behoort, en 'n intelligensiediens wat hul neus in Griessel se sake wil steek. Spanning en intrige uit die boonste rakke, soos net Suid-Afrika se misdaadverhaal-koning dit kan skryf "

Die laaste ding wat kaptein Bennie Griessel van die Valke nodig het, is moeilikheid. Want hy suip dalk al weer, hy lieg vir sy kollegas en sy AA-borg, en die intrek by Alexa Barnard was 'n fout. 'n Karnallie van 'n fout. Maar die gastehuis-bloedbad buite Franschhoek was die werk van 'n professionele laksman - drie slagoffers, drie perfekte kopskote. En dis nie net die onverklaarbare gravering van 'n spoegkobra op die koeëldoppies - en die komende mediasirkus - wat Griessel laat bloed sweet nie. Twee van die oorledenes is lenige militêre tipes. Spesmagte. Of Spoke. Moeilikheid. Heel agter, in die hoofslaapkamer, is tekens van 'n gestoei, en te veel bewyse dat iemand ontvoer is. Bes moontlik 'n buitelander. Groter moeilikheid. Maar die paspoort is vals, die Britse konsulaat speel spioenasiespeletjies, en dieselfde huurmoordenaar slaan toe by die Kaapse Waterfront. Boonop neem die staat se duistere Sekuriteitsagentskap die ondersoek oor, en die Valke moet 'n vlugtende, baie vaardige Kaapse sakkeroller dringend opspoor om hul eer - en die demokrasie - te red. Maksimum moeilikheid.

*Curve in spine; corners slightly bumped; page edges slightly yellowed.*

 

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AuthorDeon Meyer
PublisherHuman & Rosseau
PlaceCape Town
Year2013
ISBN9780798165044
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsCurve in spine; corners slightly bumped; page edges slightly yellowed.
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