Indecent Exposure

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Atlantic Monthly Press, 1987 - Fiction - 247 pages
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A blazing satire of South African apartheid, Indecent Exposure is Tom Sharpe's brilliant follow-up to his Riotous Assembly. Once again the setting is Piemburg, the deceptively peaceful looking capital of Zululand, where Kommandant van Heerden, Konstabel Els, and Luitenant Verkramp continue to terrorize true Englishmen and even truer Zulus in their relentless search for a perfect South Africa.

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User Review  - Hubster - LibraryThing

I managed to sneak copy of this adult book from my library as a child. It deals with sex, race and politics in an hilariously comic but intelligent fashion, that is only remotely suitable for adults ... Read full review

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User Review  - nordie - LibraryThing

Published in 1973, this is a farcical story of indiscretion, sex, blackmail, racism (both white on black and European on Afrikkan/Boer), all centering around the South Africn Police Department. Also ... Read full review


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Thomas Ridley Sharpe (born March 30, 1928) was an English satirical author, best known for his Wilt series, as well as Porterhouse Blue and Blott on the Landscape, which were both adapted for British television. Sharpe died in Spain on June 6, 2013. He was 85 years old.

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