- I serve the family a take-away meal full of trans-fats
- somebody steps on a toy, breaking it to bits, because it was lying in the corridor and not in the toy box
- my husband has to watch evening TV all by himself
- I forget to pack the kids' swimming gear
- my book is more interesting than the kid's piano lesson
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Blurb for "Murder @ Play":
In the new free South Africa of 1994, men are still boss, women carry handguns for self-protection, and some mistakes can change your life forever.
When a body is found during their weekend away with friends, Christine Chamberlain must use her brilliant mathematical mind to prove her husband's innocence...
... whether he's innocent or not.
When it comes to your loved ones, is it possible to know too much?
Excerpt from "Murder @ Play":
Prelude–Pretoria, October 1994
Anonymous letters are always a cliché. In South Africa, they can also be deadly.
This one would contain no explosives or wires. Just a plain envelope and a photocopy of words cut out from newspapers.
How many copies?
Five. One for every guy at the Election Day after-party.
Or perhaps only four?
Yes, that would be truly brilliant. Only four.
Release: August 2009
Title: Murder @ Play
Author: Yvonne Walus
Link: Buy it here
Price: $13.49 US