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Karin Brynard

Weeping Waters

Karin Brynard

Weeping Waters

2019, pp. 512, Paperback
ISBN: 9781787702264
Translated by: Maya Fowler, Isobel Dixon
Region: South Africa
Book collection: Europa B-formats
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£ 8.99
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The book

Shortlisted Crime Writers' Association International Dagger 2019

This arresting English-language debut validates Karin Brynard’s reputation as ‘The Afrikaans Stieg Larsson.’ An outstanding thriller.
Booklist

Traumatic stress causes Inspector Albertus Beeslaar to trade tough city policing for a backwater posting on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. But his dream of rural peace is soon shattered when a beautiful and eccentric artist and her four-year-old daughter are found murdered on a local farm.

Crime fiction doesn't get any better.
Mike Nicol, author of Payback

Karin Brynard has established herself as one of a handful of great thriller writers in South Africa.
Mail & Guardian

The author

Karin Brynard
Karin Brynard is a former political and investigative journalist and uses her research skills and eye for detail to fascinating effect in Weeping Waters. She is, today, one of Penguin South Africa’s most widely read authors.

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