CM . . . . Volume XX Number 28 . . . . March 21, 2014
In Juba Good, Vicki Delany creates a novel with Sergeant Ray Robinson as its lead. Sergeant Robinson is a RCMP officer on leave serving a year in Juba, South Sudan. When a fourth killing involving a young woman takes place, Robinson fears there is a serial killer on the loose. Serving in a country where poverty and crime are commonplace, Robinson is not certain if he can solve this mystery.
Delany has written a fast-paced novel that keeps its readers wanting more. It is truly a page-turner filled with suspense. The characters are true to life as is the setting. Ray Robinson, as the main character, is a believable character complete with flaws. The plot is unpredictable with a twist at the end.
A good read.
Christina Pike is the principal of St. Paul's Junior High in St. John's, NL.
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