Meet the world's best safari detective.

Instantly get drawn deep into the African wilderness with Detective Inspector Jabulani Sibanda.

“When CM Elliott’s first novel (Sibanda and the Rainbird) landed on my desk, I nearly shouted out loud. At last! A krimi novel from Zimbabwe. But this was no ordinary novel. Here we were in the Matabeleland bush with characters emerging through the dense bush fully formed. Detective-Inspector Jabulani Sibanda, lovelorn, austere and mad about the bush, and his altogether marvellous sidekick Sergeant Thadeus Ncube, whose stomach rumbling equals that of a conversational elephant. What a delight those two are, with the bush and a recalcitrant Land Rover both playing significant roles in the series. I can’t imagine anyone not falling in love with the characters who appear in the Sibanda series. A TV series? I’d queue to watch it!”

Media personality, Jenny Crwys-Williams

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The “Sibanda Series” Tells the story of an intrepid detective, Inspector Jabulani Sibanda as his blah blah

Sibanda and the Rainbird

CM Elliott

When a gruesomely mutilated corpse is found in the bush, DI Sibanda, Sgt Ncube and the truculent Land Rover, Miss Daisy are on the case. The detective and his sergeant investigate mysterious clues found at the scene: a knife inscribed with the letter ‘B’ and a sliver of blue metallic paint, but they must conquer the challenges of the wild African Savannah and corrupt politicians to solve the crime.

Sibanda & The Death's Head Moth

CM Elliott

Two bodies have been discovered one struck by lightning, one half eaten by a crocodile on the banks of the Zambezi.  The deaths appear disconnected, but DI Sibanda makes the link.  Sibanda and Ncube are forced to traverse rough and remote terrain full of ivory poachers, ancient weapons, and wild and dangerous adventure.  

Black Sparrow Hawk

Sibanda & The Black Sparrow Hawk

CM Elliott

A skinned body is discovered on the side of a railway line deep in the Matabele bush.  More girls go missing and more bones are discovered by the tracks.  DI Sibanda and Sgt Ncube soon understand they are on the trail of an elusive serial killer.  Sibanda uses a risky strategy to trap the murderer.  Can he pull it off? Once again, the trio are plunged into the wildlife world that Miss Daisy tolerates, Sibanda revels in and Ncube fears.

Author CM Elliott

“The humour is deadpan; the plot gloriously unpredictable; and the setting pure Africa.”

Christine Elliott and her game ranger husband Alan opened a tourism business in Hwange National Park shortly after Zimbabwe’s Independence. They lived in the park for twenty years, “in an assortment of tents, treehouses and bush dwellings, dodging a hodgepodge of charging elephants, rhino, buffalo and a rather angry spitting cobra” according to her recent interview with Michael Sears on The Big Thrill website.

Having sold their Hwange business in 1997, Christine and her family now live in Bulawayo. They visit Hwange regularly and keep in touch with wildlife developments. She is currently working on the fourth book in the Detective Sibanda series, having published “Sibanda and the Death’s Head Moth” and “Sibanda and the Black Sparrowhawk”.

In an exciting development, all three books have recently been optioned by Videovision Entertainment for possible adaptation into a television series.

 

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Sibanda and the Rainbird

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Sibanda & The Death's Head Moth

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Black Sparrow Hawk

Sibanda & The Black Sparrow Hawk

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