The Leopard Hunts in Darkness - Section 2: Pages 24 - 50 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 2: Pages 24 - 50 Summary

Craig wakes feeling no sense of peace after his night with the marina's secretary. She makes him breakfast and he is grateful when she finally leaves. He tries to write, but has no success and stumbling across a letter from Janine who had been his friend and companion when he left Africa, he discovers that her criticisms of him are correct. He also realizes how much he misses Africa, and homesickness overwhelms him. He calls Henry Pickering, having promised he would do so if he ever decided to go back, and arranges to meet with him. Henry makes Craig an offer that he can't refuse. He'll return to Africa as 'field investigator' for the World Bank. As such, he will provide Henry with a more accurate accounting of the state of affairs in Zimbabwe. Craig agrees, and is provided...

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