Detective Dice Modise Series by Peter J. Earle

Hunter’s Venom: Detective Dice Modise Series Book 1 by Peter J. Earle

An English safari client dies in an African hunting tragedy. Or is it an accident? His daughter flies to the wild Okavango Delta of Botswana to find out, as CID detective Sergeant Dice Modise of the Botswana Police investigates. It is not the only case in his busy schedule: A girl is raped by three men who believe they now have the cure for their AIDS affliction because a powerful witchdoctor with a grudge has told them so. Lovers in a locked hut are burned to a crisp. Then there is another death that may not be a tragic accident, and when the English girl is kidnapped, it is a desperate race against time by Modise and his game-guide friend, Nick Cahill, to find her alive.

Product Details:
Series: Detective Dice Modise Series (Book 1)
Paperback: 375 Pages
Genre: The Dice Modise Detective Series, Murder Thrillers, Crime Fiction

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Medicinal Purposes Only: Detective Dice Modise Series Book 2 by Peter J. Earle

The power of African medicine is enhanced by the use of human body parts; an evil practice to be stamped out in the modern world. Detective Sergeant Dice Modise of the Botswana CID investigates the disappearance of a surveyor, only to find blood and bones. The only witness has fled in fear of his life with the Devil on his heels. Then a homeless man is nowhere to be found… The two cases seem to be linked, and as Modise closes in, so does the killer.

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Series: Detective Dice Modise Series (Book 2)
Print Length: 440 Pages
Genre: The Dice Modise Detective Series, Murder Thrillers, Crime Fiction

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Children Apart: Detective Dice Modise Series Book 3 by Peter J. Earle

Mary Lefhoko, a white American ex-pat living in the town of Maun in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, gets a job relieving the regular receptionist at an orphanage. She witnesses the altercation between the owner and a visiting Afro-pop singer from Gaborone who is looking for the son her mother gave up on her behalf a dozen years before. The singer asks her old school friend, Sergeant Dice Modise of the Botswana CID, to look into the matter. Mary disappears, supposedly having returned to the USA. The singer is stabbed to death in her home in Gaborone after a music practice. Apparently, a robbery, it raises Modise’s interest as the killing is too professional.

Product Details:
Series: Detective Dice Modise Series (Book 3)
Paperback: 433 Pages
Genre: The Dice Modise Detective Series, Murder Thrillers, Crime Fiction

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About Author Peter J. Earle

Peter J. Earle was born in Gloucestershire, UK, grew up on a farm in the Transvaal, South Africa, and scraped through matric at Pretoria Boy’s High School. He wrote his first adventure story at age nine, in which the two villains were brothers named Edward and Ted…

He wrote while waiting in queues, he wrote lying on a torpedo during ‘action stations’ when in the South African Navy, he scribbled while supervising his work team as a fencing foreman. While still at school, in defiance of the new-death-penalty-for sabotage law of the Apartheid government, he tried to blow up the Afrikaans-medium school nearby. He was a Rhodesian customs officer on the Zambian border and spent three weeks in a Zambian prison.

He has been a farm manager, an agricultural field technician, a concrete foreman, a construction surveyor and owned his own construction company. Owning a second-hand shop, he got an auctioneer’s license. He married and was blessed with a daughter. After 66 parachute jumps, he had to sell his ‘rag’ to pay the hospital bills at the birth of his son. He self-published his first two novels, ‘Purgatory Road’ and ‘The Barros Pawns’in 2008/2009. In 2012, he added ‘Hunter’s Venom’, the first in the Botswana CID detective Dice Modise series. The second in the series is ‘Medicinal Purposes Only’ and the third, ‘Children Apart’ will appear later in 2016. All are available in the Amazon’s Kindle Shop. He lives in a cottage in the village of Haarlem, South Africa.

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