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Review: Red Dust

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Colleen Quinn

It is not unusual for a character in a mystery story to have a violent past. In Gillain Slovo's postapartheid Africa, everyone is tainted by the country's terrible history, including the main character, Sarah Barcant, a prosecuting attorney who has chosen to live in New York, far away from the small, troubled town where she grew up. When Sarah's mentor calls her back to South Africa to work on a ... Read full review

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