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Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die . . .
It's the carnival motto for Trinidad's most colourful celebrations of the year. But, while thousands enjoy themselves in uninhibited eating, drinking and love-making, Detective-Superintendent Simon Manton is on the hunt for a dangerous killer.
He has struck twice, and he will strike again. For one unlucky person the carnival motto is about to become a sinister reality.