Tusk Justice

At a summit on poaching, the keynote address is homicide. Can a golden years amateur sleuth solve the case before she becomes an endangered species?

Community vet ‘Mama Rose’ Hardie is passionate about saving elephants in her native Kenya.  She and her ailing husband attend a wildlife conference at a luxury resort in the shadow of the snow-capped Mount Kenya.  But the event is threatened when the principal speaker is found dead in her hotel room. 

With the authorities tied up in Nairobi, Rose sets out to bring the killer in herself. But with multiple suspects all hiding secrets and scandalous truths surrounding the victim, the culprit may be too slippery for the silver-haired detective to handle.

Can Rose trap the murderer before she ends up as the next target?

Tusk Justice is the second book in the thrilling Kenya Kanga Mysteries series. If you like quirky characters, lush African locales, and a love of animals, then you’ll adore Victoria Tait’s adventurous whodunit.

Buy Tusk Justice to hunt down a predator today!

📖 What Readers have to say

“Once I started it I couldn’t put it down… Tusk Justice is a great piece of writing.”
Barnes and Noble Reviewer ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

“I recommend TUSK JUSTICE to cozy mystery readers, especially those that… like a mystery set in a new, exotic, still rural setting.”
BookBub Reviewer ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

“Victoria Tait’s “Tusk Justice”… gathers together classical “whodunnit” elements with very actual African issues… A real delight for both mystery and African related themes fans.”
BookBub Reviewer ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

“So beautifully written you feel like you are there. Gripping story and relatable characters, so much fun to read. 5 star all the way!”
Goodreads Reviewer ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

“The attention to detail in this setting makes for a fun and intriguing mystery… Made for a great read with a different flair than other cozies. I highly recommend it.”
Books a Plenty Book Reviews

“Excellent storytelling, no doubt about it. A brilliantly concocted mystery that keeps you guessing till the end, I highly recommend you to read Tusk Justice.”
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