Bhang Syndicate by Saisi
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“An African male, aged thirty-three, was found dead along Ngara Road two weeks ago. To date, his family has not come forward to claim him.”
“If I may say so, sir, there are cases like that in the country that are handled routinely by the police. What makes this particular one special?”
“The manner in which he met his death, for one thing,” the Assistant Commissioner of Police said. “His body had been riddled with fifteen bullets all from two automatics – a Savage and a Colt – at close range.”
Various savage murders have taken place at various places in the country. It appears a ruthless organization is exacting revenge on its victims. Paul Kibwalei, a Chief Inspector of Police with the CID, is taken from routine duties and assigned to Special Investigations. His job: to unearth the organization and bring its ruthless managers to book.
He assembles a good team and starts at the grassroots – combing the dens of petty crime and petty drug-trafficking in Nairobi. But soon he discovers he is dealing with a group of professional criminals with international connections -people who know no scruples and are ready, if cornered, to offer violent confrontation to the Kenya Police. For Kip, who has recently been working on routine assignments, his life has never been in greater danger. But he feels morally committed to the triumph of forces of Kenya law …