“The story is very easy to read, flows fast with plenty of action and description giving a vivid presentation of the crime world and the country.”

“After leaving France, Souleymane Camara, a former French police officer, is now residing in Mali, Africa in the southwestern capital city of Bamako. He has established a new life as a private investigator. Because of his success he is known locally as the White Leopard. After being approached to assist with the release of an individual from police custody he finds himself mixed in a crime with locals and multi-nationals, involving graft, greed, drugs, and killings. The effort to solve the crimes is driven by personal history, commitment to the job and to friends, as well as a desire to know and understand what is happening. Solo, his other nickname, covers ground in Mali from Bamako to Mopti, Timbuktu and Gao, which provides a view of the nation and its people...

The story is very easy to read, flows fast with plenty of action and description giving a vivid presentation of the crime world and the country. With the multiple towns, the buildings and streets, and the countryside detailed, a flavor of the nation is provided. The story is presented in first person from the perspective of Solo.” — Portland Book Review.  Read full review here.

White Leopard