211pp., paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (2019) 2020
Suiker Britz was National Commander of the South African Police Service from 1991-1995. He worked on the Church Street bomb and the Barend Strydom killings. Later he led the newly-created priority crime unit, tasked with solving high-profile criminal cases such as the Johann Heyns assassination; the murder of anti-apartheid lawyer Griffiths Mxenge; the murder of Dr Abu-Baker Asvat; and the letter bomb that killed activist Jeanette Schoon and her daughter.
Anemari Jansen is the author of the novel Glipstroom and Eugene de Kock: Sluipmoordenaar vir die staat.
Stefaans Coetzee is the author of the autobiography Wit Wolf: Die storie van die Worcester-bomplanter (with Alita Steenkamp).