The Leopard Hunts in Darkness - Section 6, Pages 126 - 153 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 6, Pages 126 - 153 Summary

Sally-Anne is injured, but will heal, and Craig stays by her side in Harare where Peter had arranged a private ward. Craig waited while his artificial leg, damaged in the encounter with Tungata, is repaired and both he and Sally-Anne are stunned by the short time it takes to bring Tungata to trial. In only ten days, proceedings began. Justice Domashawa alone would be responsible for the verdict. After listening to all the evidence, which includes Sally-Anne's account of her kidnapping and assault, and Sarah Nyoni's testimony that Tungata was merely coming to see her and attend a prearranged meeting with her father, Justice Domashawa finds Tungata guilty of all charges. He is sentenced to forty years consecutively, and Tungata signs two messages before they take him away. One is to Craig that tells him now they are even...

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