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Title:
Blood Trail (MP3)
Written by:
Tony Park 
Read by:
Erica Lovell 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
12 hours 25 minutes 
MP3 size:
541 MB 
Published:
July 27 2021 
Available Date:
July 27 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867549765 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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A poacher vanishes, two young girls go missing, a tourist disappears ... magic or murder? Blood Trail is the new gripping thriller by Tony Park.

Evil is stalking South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Viewers around the world are shocked when a live lockdown webcast of a safari game drive exposes them to the brutal reality of rhino poaching. A wily poacher disappears into thin air, confounding logic and baffling ace trackers Mia Greenaway and Bongani Ngobeni. Detective Colonel Sannie van Rensburg, still reeling from a personal tragedy, is dealing with an angry community on the border of the Kruger National Park – two young girls have been abducted and the local people fear the children have been taken for use in umuti, sinister traditional medicine practices. Umuti is also being employed by poachers, who pay healers for potions they believe will make them invisible and bulletproof. When another young girl disappears, this time a tourist, Mia and Sannie must confront their own personal demons and challenge everything they believe, in order to follow a trail that seems to vanish at every turn.

'Park writes with vigour and the story unfolds at a steady pace with plenty of action and gunshots.'
Canberra Times

'Since Wilbur Smith in his heyday, no one has written as well about southern Africa than Tony Park.'
Crime Review (UK)

'Tony Park is probably one of [Australia's] best and most consistent thriller writers.'
Sydney Morning Herald