Money is being syphoned from the Masaibu Project. The local elephant herd is being slaughtered. Nobody even mentioned the pygmies
It’s 1993. Geologist Sam Harris gets a call in the middle of the night that takes her to the Masaibu project in West Africa. The project is collapsing under the weight of corruption and chicanery.
She struggles to navigate the murky waters to get the project back on course, hindered by interference from people who want her to fail. When a slaughter occurs in the local elephant sanctuary, her problems multiply.
Can Sam protect the elephants and save the project or will she have to choose?
The Pink Elephants is the fourth book in the Sam Harris Adventure series. If you like female protagonists, complex twists and turns, and International locations, then you'll love PJ Skinner's thrilling novel.
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The fourth book in the Sam Harris Series presents Sam with her sternest test yet as she goes to Africa to fix a failing project. The day to day problems encountered by Sam in her work are typical of any project manager in the Congo which has been rent apart by warring factions, leaving the local population frightened and rootless.
Elephants with pink tusks do exist, but not in the area where the project is based. They are being slaughtered by poachers in Gabon for the Chinese market and will soon be extinct, so I have put the guns in the hands of those responsible for the massacre of these defenceless animals. The themes of this novel are impossible choices and brave decisions.
This book is written in British English, so some of the spellings may be different to those you are used to. They are not typos. If you spot a genuine typo please alert me to it and I will fix immediately.
This book is an adventure/thriller. It contains violence, killing of elephants, assualt, danger, racism, misogeny. Please do not purchase if you are easily triggered.
5* This series just gets better - Sam is really coming into her own and its exciting to see her take on the challenges of a male-dominated business and win. The plot keeps you guessing to the end as to who can and cannot be trusted. The fact that some of Sam's adventures are based on real life experiences of the author makes it an even more interesting read