White boys don't cry

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Macmillan, Jun 9, 2006 - Fiction - 309 pages
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The murder of Cris Schuter, a former government Minister in South Africa during the apartheid regime, threatens to throw up all sorts of secrets for Sebastian Palfrey. Palfrey, a British newspaper correspondent, grew up with Schuter's son Josh. In fact, they have quite a history together...and along with their political activist buddy Zak, there's plenty they'd all prefer to keep under wraps. But Josh has now vanished. Sebastian has no idea where he is. Nor does his girlfriend Frances. The local police are hungry for answers. All that Sebastian knows for certain is that Josh's disappearance looks set to threaten his own carefully maintained web of deceit.

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