‘A down-to-earth yet sophisticated expose of how an entire country can be munched in the clammy claws of corruption.’ The Economist, BOOKS OF THE YEAR
‘A lively and detailed account of the looting of Kenya by its politicians…A shocking tale told with verve and suspense.’ The Times
‘An exceptionally talented writer…More than a story about a whistle-blower, and more than about Kenya. It could have been written anywhere where corruption is endemic.’ Guardian
‘The story offers a fascinating insight into Kenya and is a thrilling whodunit, worthy of John Le Carre.’ the london paper
‘Michella Wrong has written a compelling book. Well researched, poignant.’ Graham Boyton, Daily Telegraph
‘A gripping new biography-cum-thriller.’ Evening Standard
'[A] compelling book...Wrong's narrative is part political thriller, part African morality tale.'