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White Boys Don't Cry. John Fullerton

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'I didn't know about the murder, I swear'

When Cris Schuter, an ex-government Minister in South Africa during the apartheid era, is found murdered, his son Josh goes missing. Sebastian Palfrey, a British newspaper correspondent, is a lifelong friend of Josh's, and is immediately hauled in by the local police. Sebastian regards himself as a bit of a Gallic Sancho Panza to Jo
Hardcover, 356 pages
Published June 16th 2006 by MacMillan (first published 2006)
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Interesting history of South Africa in a story format but a number of spelling errors and badly written sections
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John Fullerton grew up in apartheid South Africa. He worked as a reporter at the Cape Times before joining the Morning Telegraph in Sheffield. In February 1981 he set off for Peshawar in Pakistan to cover the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan as a freelancer. During the Cold War he worked as a ‘head agent’ on contract to the Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6. In late 1983 he joined ...more
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