Murder on Safari

Bella Media ManagementJeanie Williams, foreign correspondent for World NewsCorp, asks her boss for an assignment after being furloughed for a year and gets an unexpected adventure when she is sent to Tsavo National Park East, Kenya, Africa to report on the killing of wild elephants for their ivory. Initially hesitant to take the assignment, when she gets to Africa and sees the beauty of the land and the animals, especially the elephants, she is hooked. She joins a team of Kenya Wildlife Service rangers in the hunt for the poachers who are killing these beautiful animals and finds out that being in the bush is nearly as dangerous as being in a war zone. This is a story of romance and adventure in a beautiful land. It is also the story of the murder of extraordinarily intelligent animals that form lasting family relationships, and if not protected could be lost forever.

Check out the companion book Diary of An African Safari Okavango Delta Botswana Africa published under my real name Elaine Mays. This is a day by day accounting of my adventures on safari in Africa.

3 thoughts on “Murder on Safari”

  1. Read “Battle of the Wills” after buying it for $15 at the Sun City farmer’s market. It was a disappointment as the sequence did not flow chronologically . There were references to writing about specific topics in future chapters too many times.

    Words were omitted and some misspelled, such as principal. I will probably donate this over priced book to the local library and the errors will be noted.

  2. I had the privilege of meeting you in the market place while visiting my brother- in- law and his children and celebrating his 98th. birthday. I bought the book ,The Battle Of The Wills A Memoir. I want you to know that once I started reading the book
    I could not put it down. I’m on page 93 and can’t wait to see how it
    ends. I will read the other books you wrote. Sorry I won’t be there for you to autograph them. I glad to have personally met you.

  3. Hi, Hannah Stevens,
    I enjoyed meeting you at the Sun City Farmer’s Market and am attempting to request that the library purchase a Murder on Safari and ask you to be a guest at the library. They require the ISBN and Publication Date which I have failed to find. Please send those to me if you are interested in having them purchase one or more of your books and/or appearing as a guest at a Sun City Library.
    Thanks, Ruthie Davidson

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