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Devil-Devil It S Not Easy Being Ben Kella As A Sergeant In The Solomon Islands Police Force, As Well As An Aofia, A Hereditary Spiritual Peacekeeper Of The Lau People, He Is Viewed With Distrust By Both The Indigenous Islanders And The British Colonial Authorities In The Past Few Days He Has Been Cursed By A Magic Man, Stumbled Across Evidence Of A Cargo Cult Uprising, And Failed To Find An American Anthropologist Who Had Been Scouring The Mountains For A Priceless Pornographic Icon Then, At A Mission Station, Kella Discovers An Independent And Rebellious Young American Nun, Sister Conchita, Secretly Trying To Bury A Skeleton The Unlikely Pair Of Kella And Conchita Are Forced To Team Up To Solve A Series Of Murders That Tie Into All These Other Strange Goingson Set In The 60 S In One Of The Most Beautiful And Dangerous Areas Of The South Pacific, Devil Devil Launches An Exciting New Series.

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  • ebook
  • 288 pages
  • Devil-Devil
  • Graeme Kent
  • English
  • 27 March 2018
  • 1569478740

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  1. says:

    This started off really strong and I loved learning about the different cultures of the Solomon Islands, but I didn t get those feelings of shock, thrill and excitement that I would normally expect from a book of this genre murder mystery and it seemed almost anti climactic.


  2. says:

    This This book was perfect for Singapore I couldn t quite get my head into a space with Norwegian Wood, where I could imagine snow What I needed after that, was somewhere where there was 28C temp and 85% humidity like Singapore This book filled it So what about it Straight up.This book had 1 major error that I had problems getting past It just SCREAMED outsider it was written by a Brit who had lived in the Solomons All these intelligent islanders, were sent to Australia for an educat This This book was perfect for Singapore I couldn t quite get my head into a space with Norwegian Wood, where I could imagine snow What I needed after that, was somewhere where there was 28C temp and 85% humidity like Singapore This book filled it So what about it Straight up.This book had 1 major error that I had problems getting past It just SCREAMED outsider it was written by a Brit who had lived in the Solomons All these intelligent islanders, were sent to Australia for an education If, and I understand they were in the 60s, they had the unfortunate experience of drinking XXXX, they would know to spell it XXXX As an Aussie, you spell it XXXX.Not, definitely not, 4X The whole joke is Why is spelt XXXX Because Queenslanders can t spell Beer.Bah.So with all that aside Murder mystery Traditional culture vs colonial culture clash Hiking around the bush in the h...


  3. says:

    I was fascinated by the idea of a mystery taking place in the Solomon Islands, so I couldn t wait to read this one I loved both the protagonists Both Sergeant Kella and Sister Conchita are mavericks who do what s right even if they get into loads of hot water as a result I also really liked the custom...


  4. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this who dunnit murder mystery set in the Solomon Islands.Having been to Honiara this year it was easy for me to picture the scene.I loved the rebellious young American nun, Sister Conchita Always g...


  5. says:

    2.5


  6. says:

    I love this book because it has a slew of interesting, believable characters, two very likable protagonists, a intriguing, complicated plot, and a fascinating setting still colonial Solomon Islands in 1960 Sergeant Ben Kella uncomfortably bridges two worlds and two worldviews as the highest ranking native policeman in the islands, as well as the aofia, or hereditary peacemaker and effectively head of his tribe His British bosses don t know quite what to do with him some value his vast cult I love this b...


  7. says:

    Think of Sister Bertrille and Carlos from The Flying Nun set not that much later in an exotic tropical location also and you ll get the idea, though that s not an exact parallel Sister Conchita is very much the pre feminist model of the early 1960 s, dodging bullets, engaging generally in eventssuited to Mrs Pollifax than the Singing Nun Sgt Kella, the local bi cultural between two worlds super cop, didn t impress me all...


  8. says:

    The exotic setting of the Solomon Islands lends enchantment to this thriller and the pairing, albeit tentatively, of the native Sergeant Ben Kella and the American nun, Sister Conchita, works well Their relationship is often puzzling but there is plenty of humour and also mutual respect.Set in 1960 the miscellaneous array of characters is sometimes difficult to take in and what they are doing is also sometimes confusing But perhaps the latter is what we should expect from a thriller Sergeant K The exotic setting of the Solomon Islands lends enchantment to this thriller and the pairing, albeit tentatively, of the native Sergeant Ben Kella and the American nun, Sister Conchita, works well Their relationship is often puzzling but there is plenty of humour and also mutual respect.Set in 1960 the miscellaneous array of characters is sometimes difficult to take in and what they are doing is also sometimes confusing But perhaps the latter is what we ...


  9. says:

    I hesitate to list this on my historical mystery shelf as the setting is 1960s I m not ready to admit to that as history quite yet While the mystery itself was almost hum drum complex but far from exciting , I loved the unusual setting and time period These are characters and a culture I will enjoy ...


  10. says:

    TRUE CRIME Pay Up Or.THE SHADOW OF THE WIND Another Look DEVIL DEVIL Graeme KentPosted on June 1, 2011 by BethSergeant Ben Kella plays two roles in the Solomon Islands in the early 1960 s He is a member of the Solomon Islands Police Force and he is an aofia, a spiritual peacekeeper of the Lau people, a role for which he was chosen when he was a child Ke...

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