Muti Nation, by Monique Snyman, is available for your reading pleasure. Monique is a very talented author. That alone should make you want to read this gripping book. However, add in the fact that Omnium Gatherum is the publisher, and the enticement to purchase this tome increases. Omnium Gatherum is a class publisher, and their talent bar is set high.
Here is another reason to give this book a read. Sakina Murdock, wordsmith extraordinaire, has this to say about it:
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Muti Nation is a murder mystery that descends very quickly into horror. Not just terrifying creatures (although there are plenty of those, tokoloshe) but because some of the murders are committed through the very real use of magic, and not the pretty, cute, Wiccan kind. Oh no. Ain't no tree lovin going on HERE!
If you like gore and blood, you're on to a winner anyway, but this horror novel has very likeable characters, contains a love story (of a sort) and keeps you guessing in the style of the traditional whodunnit.
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Every country has its secrets. Every culture has its taboos. Every house has its cross.
When Esmé Snyders – a young occult-crime expert – investigates a grotesque muti-murder in Pretoria West, she doesn’t realise she’s become a player in the killer’s deadly game. Before long, more savagely mutilated corpses join the tally, proving that the evasive murderer is slipperier than what she’s used to when it comes to muti-killers. While searching for a monster capable of such heinous crimes, Esmé is thrust into a dangerous adventure of love, sex, death and the paranormal. Can she win a game she doesn’t know she’s playing?