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She was tall. She was black. She was beautiful.' Penny and the stranger on her terrace are as alike as two peas in a pod. Except that the stranger is dead. To Penny this seems too much of a coincidence for comfort. The disappearance of her father, a Senangan diplomat, and his friend Pilot Whitman suggests a political motive - but what? And why should she, who is politically naive enough to think that Black Consciousness is a racehorse, be next in line?
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