ISBN 9789966562272
Pages 238
Dimensions 178 x 127 mm
Published 2018
Publisher East African Educational Publishers, Kenya
Format Paperback

The Dead Came Calling

by Ndũcũ wa Ngũgĩ

When an Indian businessman, Vishal Mehta, is found murdered inside his garage in Tigoni, Limuru, Jack Chidi, an investigative reporter with The Daily Grind is called in to investigate. Jack has no idea why Mehta’s wife, Anarupa Mehta, has decided to call him. She informs him that it was Mehta, who had asked her to call him should anything happen to him, a few weeks before his death, signalling that he knew his life was in danger. Who would want him dead? And why?

The only way to get to the bottom of this is to dig deep into Mehta’s business dealings and the secrecy surrounding the Mehtas. It is a murder case that will take him all the way to Texas, USA, and back in search of the killer or killers. In the process, he exposes major international sex-trafficking ring, prostitution and corruption here and abroad. Jack is determined to find out who killed Mehta, a quest that puts his life in danger. Can he solve the case before they get him?

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About the Author

Ndũcũ wa Ngũgĩ

Ndũcũ wa Ngũgĩ has a B.A. in Black Studies from Oberlin College, Ohio, a M.Ed. and an Ed.S in Teacher Leadership from Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia. He is the author of City Murders, a novel, published by the East African Educational Publishers. City Murders was short-listed for the Jomo Kenyatta Prize for Literature (2015). His second novel, The Dead Came Calling was published by EAEP in 2018.