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This review is really applause for the author's descriptive genius. As another reviewer points out, Nunn has a film maker's intent to use visual images to advance the story. Read morePublished 2 days ago by James E. Nickelson
I loved this book and hope to pick up some others by this author. I am a mystery "nut", and love South Africa and South Africa struggle books. This was terrific. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ngirilover
Is it an expose of Apartheid and Buren mores? Is it a crime novel? Is it a description of South Africa and nature? Read morePublished 13 days ago by Anne Phillips
Interesting novel especially as it is set during the formation of Apartheid. Shallow character development. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Thomas Rogers
South Africa 1952. The strictest racist laws had just passed dividing people according to color. Hence the apartheid that those of us who a little older still remember. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Srdjan Pesic
This series is a great read. My mystery book club at the Book Carnival in Orange, CA all really enjoyed the books.Published 9 months ago by R.A. LA COMBE
A very good Apartheid era mystery.Interesting characters and plot line. I have no idea how I could have survived in that era and I'm whitePublished 11 months ago by Bob Watts
I enjoyed this book. It wasn't the type of book that "you could not put down" though. However, it was easy reading and a good story.Published 11 months ago by Kim Pilcher