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A. K. Jenkins A. K. Jenkins i(8620312 works by)
Gender: Female
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A.K. Jenkins is an Australian writer who spent many years working in West Africa and Europe before settling in Hobart, Tasmania.

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y separately published work icon A Certain Kind of Justice North Hobart : Equine Press , 2018 16661197 2018 single work novel crime

'Lagos has a reputation for being a tough city. Marius, ex-intelligence officer and amateur philosopher, isn't happy about travelling there with Ash, a man he barely knows, the head of an IB school in Lomé. But when things go badly wrong, Marius finds himself drawn into a search for answers. The Lagos police blame the 'Area Boys', but Marius isn't so sure. He knows Ash was worried about a phone call; a call that made him question if he could trust the men who run the school: Dave Gordon, friend and business partner, and George Barnes, registrar. Back in Lomé, it doesn't take Marius long to realize that charismatic, handsome Dave Gordon is not who he pretends to be, and definitely not someone who should be running a school. The problem is, how can Marius unmask a man so careful, so organized and so unscrupulous? And where does justice lie?'

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2019 longlisted Davitt Award Best Adult Crime Novel
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