Debauchery in Kenya

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Heat of the Sun, Hide in Plain Sight, Alica Mckenna-Johnson
Heat of the Sun: Hide in Plain Sight

Apparently in the early 1900s Kenya was a hotbed of debauchery. People could go to Kenya and start new lives, be out and proud, and eventually the past would catch up to them, and then they would have to murder someone.

Heat of the Sun is a fun and interesting BBC crime drama. Kenya is a beautiful setting, and seeing a glimpse of life there during the 1930s was so interesting.

I found Supt. Albert Tyburn, played by Trevor Eve, to be charming and intelligent. Both my husband and I enjoyed watching him unravel the crime, find a way to keep his moral code, and follow the orders of his superior.

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