The Leopard Hunts in Darkness - Section 9, Pages 202 - 230 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 9, Pages 202 - 230 Summary

Craig and Sally-Anne push on, dehydrated, leaving behind everything of weight including the rifle and ammunition. The single width road patrolled by the Botswana police doesn't even register on them in their semi delirious state as they walk on focused only on the horizon. Craig uses every desert advantage he knows, squeezing liquid from a Gemsbok melon, and even creating a solar still when they are no longer able to continue. They have one more day before the desert claims them. During the night, he hears the sound of a Land Rover, and hallucinations have him believing it is Peter Fungabera. He tries to defend himself, even as the Botswana police are giving him water and arresting them for entering the country illegally. Craig and Sally-Anne are fortunate that the police had seen their tracks crossing the road, and...

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