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Ncreases the complications especially because a longtime friend of Vera’s family is the likeliest suspect Meanwhile both the British government and the Sultanate sail above it all as though they had nothing to do with the problem But both Vera and Tolliver could tell you that official fingers are knotted into the tangle’s every strand The Idol of Mombasa is a lovely mixture of a cozy mystery mixed with an exotic locale and a keen sense of British imperial behaviourVera a

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The Idol of Mombasa Vera Tolliver #2

Lave trade The British have outlawed it but well it’s all a matter of who you know and who you owe isn’t it That slippery morality infuriates Vera Tolliver a Scottish missionary’s daughter and the bride of a English police officer whose job it is to enforce the law after he figures out what it is The murder of a runaway slave only i Set in British colonial era Mombasa East Africa this mystery involves the murder of a runaway slave and an unscrupulous slave trader Even

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The British don’t belong in Africa Their skins are too pale their clothing too heavy and elaborate their morality all wrong And yet here they are in 1912 in the British Protectorate of East Africa tangled in an uneasy peace with the Sultan of ZanzibarMuch of the tangle in this new mystery in Alfieri’s East Africa series concerns the s I received this book from Goodreads in exchange for a reviewAuthor Annamaria Alfieri does a remarkable job of immersing the reader into th


10 thoughts on “The Idol of Mombasa Vera Tolliver #2

  1. says:

    Set in 1912 in the British Protectorate of East Africa now Kenya The Idol of Mombasa is Alfieri’s second novel featuring Justin and Vera To

  2. says:

    I received this book from Goodreads in exchange for a reviewAuthor Annamaria Alfieri does a remarkable job of immersing the reader into the sights sounds and temperament of 1912 Mombasa Vera and Justin are newlywed and newly arrived in Mombasa where Tolliver will take up his post as a police officer serving the British Protectorate Things in Mombasa aren’t all cut and dried While British law has outlawed slavery there

  3. says:

    Set in colonial Kenya this is the second of the Vera and Tolliver mystery series Vera and Justin Tolliver have jus

  4. says:

    Set in British colonial era Mombasa East Africa this mystery involves the murder of a runaway slave and an unscrupulous slave trader

  5. says:

    This book had a very interesting setting The novel took place in 1912 Africa The characters were vivid and interesting and they brought different prospective to the mystery Hopefully we will see Vera and Tolliver again

  6. says:

    East Africa in the 1920s Mystery Clash of cultures

  7. says:

    The Idol of Mombasa is a lovely mixture of a cozy mystery mixed with an exotic locale and a keen sense of British imperial behaviourVera and Justin Tolliver make for an interesting couple he is aristocratic but determined to do the day by day sleuthing of a police office; she is ostensibly a dutiful colonial wife but is also imbued with a great deal of curiosity and awareness She sees things he can’t because she is a woman and

  8. says:

    Very historical read I was taken to a place I can only imagine and with this story I felt the impulse of Africa Enjoyed the characters they were the true energy of the book besides the author's talent for writing Winner of a free book Goodreads First Read Giveaway Thank you Darlene Cruz

  9. says:

    Mombasa is a city on the south coast of Kenya In 1912 it is run by the British but technically belongs to the Sultan of Zanzibar Recently married Justin and Vera Tolliver are stuck there because of his job as a policeman Both are to some extent uncomfortable characters both in their cultures and with each other Raised in Africa Vera has a hard time behaving as a proper English lady And Justin by joining the pol

  10. says:

    Vera and Justin Toliver now married return to Africa with Justin assuming his police responsibilities in Mombasa Here the established British rule must be balanced with the dictates of the Muslim faith Also the uestion arises as to when does the moral and ethical beliefs of one culture impinge on the philosophy of another

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