Blue Zulu (Sequel to Kiss of the Mamba)Solomon Lord is back from the dead, and together with the help of his plucky wife Sharon, has begun a crusade to rid the world of his evil nemesis- Johannes Christian Winegaard III, or JC the Turd, as he isMoreBlue Zulu (Sequel to Kiss of the Mamba)Solomon Lord is back from the dead, and together with the help of his plucky wife Sharon, has begun a crusade to rid the world of his evil nemesis- Johannes Christian Winegaard III, or JC the Turd, as he is better known to his enemies in the shady world of Human Memory Transfer .Frankie’s twin brother, Boet Snyder, has brought the foursome together for the anniversary of Frankie’s passing – the main protagonist from the prequel- Kiss of the Mamba.
The forth member of this fearsome team being none other than Sam Ndluvu, a Zulu F1 champion with more guts than a bunch of bawdy barristers in a barroom.They meet in Cape Town, South Africa, to plot a course across Africa, Europe and Russia in Boet’s ancient jet, with high hopes of reigniting an ice-cold trail even Interpol has had the sagacity to surrender.After picking up a few arcane clues in Antwerp, they jump on the diamond trail to nowhere, and end up tracking their archenemy all the way to Vladivostok aboard the people’s illustrious, modernized, Trans Siberian Express, where a monumental portion of biological byproduct awaits them.Blue Zulu picks up where Kiss of the Mamba left off.
The Lord’s are halfway round their world circumnavigation cruise aboard Shazalicious, a seventy foot luxury catamaran when duty comes calling. And respond they must, because there’s much more than personal peace-of-mind at stake here. The Commies are back, and this time they have a powerfully secret new bio-weapon that’ll blow the minds of anyone who stands in their way...
literally.Blue Zulu is the quintessential read. Wildly cerebral with a touch of brutality, mixed with a modicum of compassion — hearty experiences only marginally within the realm of human understanding.