Ben du Toit is an ordinary, decent, harmless man, unremarkable in every way - until his sense of justice is outraged by the death of a man he has known. His friend died at the hands of the police. In the beginning it appears a straightforward matter, an unfortunate error that can be explained and put right. But as Ben investigates further he finds that his curiosity becomes labelled rebellion - and for a rebel there is no way back.
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"Excellent...[a] harrowing and surprising story. The ultimate power of the book comes from an authoritative meditation on the traps that open up for someone who answers to himself before society" ( Scotsman)
"The revolt of the reasonable...far more deadly than any amount of shouting from the housetops" ( Guardian)
"Impossible to recommend too highly" ( Time Out)
"Books like this one succeed...in drawing our emotions into politics. What will remain is the plain bravery of his characters...their struggle has found an honest chronicler" ( Daily Telegraph)
"Andre Brink's writing is built on conviction... A Dry White Season describes the triumph of tyranny" ( The Times)
A man investigating the death of a friend discovers the dangers of curiosity - a moral thriller from the internationally-acclaimed, Booker-shortlisted Andre Brink.
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Book Description Penguin Books, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Mti Rep. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140068902
Book Description Penguin Books, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0140068902