From Library Journal
- Maidel Cason, Univ. of Delaware Lib., Newark
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Astonishingly well-written and heartfelt - the Black Lamb and Grey Falcon of South Africa. Highly troubling, deeply moving, excoriatingly honest.Published 7 days ago by Helen Atkinson
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