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The Elephant Conspiracy

Peter Hain

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      Will dwindling elephant numbers be reversed? Will the forces of good triumph over the vicious looters? Can the annual trillion-dollar money laundering trade by brought to heel by a brave whistle blower? Peter Hain's gripping second thriller builds to a dramatic climax, the action switching from wildlife to politics, from bushveld to city, from high finance to poaching. A vivid and gripping journey into the competing worlds of activism and corruption.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Peter Hain EAN: 9781739966058 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 0 g HEIGHT: 234 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Muswell Press DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General, NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection WIDTH: 156 cm SPINE:

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      Republic of South Africa, Crime and mystery fiction, Conservation of wildlife and habitats

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      Peter Hain (the Lord Hain) was born in South Africa. His parents were forced into exile in 1966. He led the Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Anti-Nazi League during the 1970s and '80s. Hain was the Labour MP for Neath 1991-2015 and a senior minister for 12 years in Tony Blair and Gordon Brown's governments. He chaired the UN Security Council, and negotiated international Treaties curbing nuclear proliferation and banning the trade in blood diamonds. Hain has written or edited twenty-one books - including Mandela (2010), memoirs Outside In (2012) and most recently Pretoria Boy (2021)

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      Will dwindling elephant numbers be reversed? Will the forces of good triumph over the vicious looters? Can the annual trillion-dollar money laundering trade by brought to heel by a brave whistle blower? Peter Hain's gripping second thriller builds to a dramatic climax, the action switching from wildlife to politics, from bushveld to city, from high finance to poaching. A vivid and gripping journey into the competing worlds of activism and corruption.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Peter Hain EAN: 9781739966058 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 0 g HEIGHT: 234 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Muswell Press DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General, NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection WIDTH: 156 cm SPINE:

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      Republic of South Africa, Crime and mystery fiction, Conservation of wildlife and habitats

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      Peter Hain (the Lord Hain) was born in South Africa. His parents were forced into exile in 1966. He led the Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Anti-Nazi League during the 1970s and '80s. Hain was the Labour MP for Neath 1991-2015 and a senior minister for 12 years in Tony Blair and Gordon Brown's governments. He chaired the UN Security Council, and negotiated international Treaties curbing nuclear proliferation and banning the trade in blood diamonds. Hain has written or edited twenty-one books - including Mandela (2010), memoirs Outside In (2012) and most recently Pretoria Boy (2021)

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