Grevy Danger

By Victoria Tait

Crime & mystery | eBook


Kenya 2016. Semi-retired community vet Rose Hardie just wants to support an important conservation project. But she can’t accept the apparent natural death of a young person in her care. When a second death from natural courses sets Rose in dispute with the police she is determined to unravel the mystery. Ignoring others she preservers to identify the killer before the bodies are buried and boldly risks her own life to confront the guilty. Grevy Danger is a novella near the beginning of the compelling Kenya Kanga Mystery series. If you like determined heroines, solving puzzles, and vivid African settings you’ll love Victoria Tait’s authentic cozy mystery.



I'm Victoria Tait, cozy mystery author. My books transport readers to a world of curiosity, community and conspiracy. I've drawn on 8 years living with my family in rural Kenya enjoying the beauty of the landscape, the magic of the wildlife and the warmth of the people. My writing blends my experiences with issues such as corruption, poaching and human nature to bring you entertaining books with realistic themes and real life concepts. I'm an active army wife and mum. I love reading but doubted my talent for creating and writing books. The Kenya Kanga Mystery series brings to life the stunning, the extraordinary, the surprising country that is Kenya.


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I'm Victoria Tait, cozy mystery author. My books transport readers to a world of curiosity, community and conspiracy. I've drawn on 8 years living with my family in rural Kenya enjoying the beauty of the landscape, the magic of the wildlife and the warmth of the people. My writing blends my experiences with issues such as corruption, poaching and human nature to bring you entertaining boo...


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Photo Research for Grevy Danger

29 May

'The photos are in the main feed.' Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves are located in a semi-arid area between Mount Kenya and the arid Lake Turkana region in Northern Kenya. Like Rose, Chloe and Thabiti we have driven around the dry plains with swaying grasses, looking for wildlife. Dominating the Samburu landscape is the knife-like Koitogor, a central feature that appears to transform from escarpment to pyramid and back again as you drive around it. Almost due north of Koitogor, about 20km away, stands the impressive of Ol Olokwe, a huge slab of a mountain. Samburu National Reserve is peaceful and attracts animals because of the Ewaso Nyiro River, (meaning “brown water”) that flows through it. The river is dependant upon rain from Mount Kenya and in the dry season is reduced to a trickle. Elephants are frequently seen drinking from it. Traditional Samburu tribal dancing does take place at some of the lodges and hotels in the area. The Grevy’s zebra has seen it’s numbers plummet as a result of hunting, drought, disease, interbreeding with Burchell’s zebra and loss of habitat.


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'The photos are in the main feed.' Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves are located in a semi-arid area between Mount Kenya and the arid Lake Turkana region in Northern Kenya. Like Rose, Chloe and Thabiti we have driven around the dry plains with swaying grasses, looking for wildlife. Dominating the Samburu landscape is the knife-like Koitogor, a central feature that appears to transform from escarpment to pyramid and back again as you drive around it. Almost due north of Koitogor, about 20km away, stands the impressive of Ol Olokwe, a huge slab of a mountain. Samburu National Reserve is peaceful and attracts animals because of the Ewaso Nyiro River, (meaning “brown water”) that flows through it. The river is dependant upon rain from Mount Kenya and in the dry season is r...


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