Author(s): Fred Guilhaus
A trusted Wildlife Fund with a corrupt agenda. Wall Street bankers eye yet another money-making opportunity. Dr Bridget O'Connor is exploited for her scientific credibility. The elephant is poached to extinction in some parts of East Africa, but destroys its own environment in others. Two men become her bedrock as Bridget O'Connor struggles with her own moral dilemmas. One is a Maasai caught up in the disintegration of his culture. The other is her maverick pilot. Musth exposes modern Africa in its transition through corruption and exploitation of its own people. It sees the elephant and the Maasai as two sides of the same coin. How does the world preserve while it exploits?