"Perhaps the most important piece of fiction yet to emerge from the new South Africa."—San Francisco Chronicle
"Written with the pace of a thriller"—Times Literary Supplement. Red Dust is set in a rural South African town, where three people are about to meet their past. Sarah Barcant has left her law career in New York to assist an old friend as prosecutor on a Truth Commission hearing. Dirk Hendricks, a former police deputy, is being taken in handcuffs to the station where he once worked. There he will confront Alex Mpondo, the man he had tortured, who is now an MP.
- February 2003
- 5.5 × 8.2 in
/ 352 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide excluding Canada and the British Commonwealth.
Also by Gillian Slovo