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The Betrayal

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Paperback, 320 pages
Published September 27th 1992 by Virago (first published 1991)
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I did enjoy this novel. The narrative from different sources to the same story line was done very well and is well worth a read.
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Novelist Gillian Slovo was born in 1952 in South Africa, the daughter of Joe Slovo, leader of the South African Communist party, and Ruth First, a journalist who was murdered in 1982.

Gillian Slovo has lived in England since 1964, working as a writer, journalist and film producer. Her first novel, Morbid Symptoms (1984), began a series of crime fiction featuring female detective Kate Baeier. Other
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