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Old 01-14-2013, 09:17 AM   #54
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Repeat freebie today:

Dust Devils by Roger Smith free at Amazon Main Not currently showing free in UK
TO AVENGE WHAT HE LOVES, HE BECOMES WHAT HE HATES
Framed for murdering his family, South African journalist Robert Dell's only ally is his oldest enemy: his father, an ex-CIA hitman with one last shot at redemption. Hunting the real killer, father and son take a bloody road trip into the heart of darkness, uncovering a conspiracy reaching to the highest levels of the state.

PRAISE FOR ROGER SMITH

"Smith writes with the brutal beauty of an Elmore Leonard in a very bad mood. " THE WASHINGTON POST

"Smith has a unique ability to plunge readers into his nightmare visions." THE TIMES

"If you are a fan of George Pelecanos or Dennis Lehane, give Roger Smith a close look." BOOKPAGE


This was actually one of my favorite reads of 2012. A really great thriller reflecting how the horrible legacy of colonialism and apartheid is ravaging modern South Africa. Brutal, bloody, and thought-provoking.
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