Death Of The Mantis: A Detective Kubu Mystery by Michael StanleyDeath Of The Mantis: A Detective Kubu Mystery by Michael Stanley

Death Of The Mantis: A Detective Kubu Mystery

byMichael Stanley

Paperback | September 6, 2011

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“The best book yet in one of the best series going: a serious novel with a mystery at its core that takes us places we’ve never been.”
—Timothy Hallinan, author of The Queen of Patpong

Mystery readers who have not yet made the acquaintance of larger than life African investigator Detective David “Kubu” Bengu are doing themselves a great disservice. Death of the Mantis is the third Kubu novel from author Michael Stanley—following the critically acclaimed A Carrion Death and The Second Death of Goodluck Tinubu—and it plunges the robust manhunter into the chaotic center of a murder case involving nomadic Bushmen that is stoking the fires of prejudice and tribal hatred. Set in Botswana—the fascinating equatorial country also explored by Alexander McCall Smith in his #1 Ladies’ Detective Agency novels—Death of the Mantis is a book alive with the sights and sounds of an exotic and breathtaking land. The exploits of Stanley’s singularly captivating policeman protagonist will delight you and keep you guessing.

Michael Stanley is the writing team of Michael Sears and Stanley Trollip. Sears was born in Johannesburg, grew up in Cape Town and Nairobi, and teaches at the University of the Witwatersrand. Trollip was also born in Johannesburg and has been on the faculty of the universities of Illinois, Minnesota, and North Dakota, and at Capella Un...
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Title:Death Of The Mantis: A Detective Kubu MysteryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.72 inPublished:September 6, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062000373

ISBN - 13:9780062000378

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“Kubu’s third recorded case is again alive with local color and detail and, refreshingly, offers his fullest mystery plot yet.”