Devil's harvest

The novel 'Devil’s Harvest' exposes the dark sides of the international arms trade and the plight of the South Sudan.
Brown, Andrew
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Title: Devil's harvest
Author: Andrew Brown
Genre: Novel
Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa
Imprint: Zebra Press
Cape Town, South Africa, 2014
ISBN 9781770227040 / ISBN 978-1-77022-704-0
Softcover, 15 x 23 cm, 288 pages


After a secret drone strike on a civilian target in South Sudan, RAF air marshal George Bartholomew discovers that a piece of shrapnel traceable back to a British Reaper has been left behind at the scene. He will do anything to get it back, but he is not the only one. Dissatisfied with his life and ousted from the marital bed, Associate Professor Gabriel Cockburn, an ambitious botanist at Bristol University, sets out to South Sudan in pursuit of a rare plant that is crucial to his research. Once there, he finds himself caught up in the travails of a young Sudanese woman, Alek, who agrees to guide him through dangerous territory to find the plant. But Alek has an agenda of her own. As events move beyond their control, the lives of these characters are thrown together, with explosive results. 'Devil’s Harvest' is a political thriller that spans the globe, from the halls of Bristol University and London’s secretive MI6 building to the dusty streets of Juba and the refugee camps in war-torn South Sudan, 'Devil’s Harvest' exposes the dark truths of the international arms trade and the plight of the world’s newest country.