Get Your Thrill On with Sue Rabie’s Latest, Blood at Bay
In Blood at Bay, David Roth walks in on a gruesome accident at the Umvoti sugar mill. Then an auditor who insists that he has evidence of foul play ends up dead. Soon after, David is attacked on the yacht that he is fixing up for his uncle in Durban harbour – and he becomes involved in a struggle to expose the truth without becoming the latest in a series of “accidents”.
Somehow it is all linked to the deaths of several mill workers and their family members some months ago. Evidence and witnesses seems to have a way of disappearing at the Umvoti mill. And then there are the mill workers, who will lose their livelihood if the mill had to close down.
“Rabie looks like she could be the next Margie Orford.”
– Jennifer Crocker.
About the author
Sue Rabie has a Masters degree in Fine Arts from the University of KwaZulu –Natal. She is head of culture and librarian at St Charles College, a private boys’ school in Pietermaritzburg. Her previous Human & Rousseau thriller is Boston Snowplough.