: Orford (M.)

R 325.00
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280pp., paperback, First SA Edition, Johannesburg, 2022


First published in the UK in 2022.

Thriller set between South Africa, Canada and Scotland. Three women contend with the spectres of male violence, sexual abuse and the choices each make to survive.   

"A tale of love and abuse that is as powerful as it is elegant - and it grips like a vice, too." Ian Rankin, author of A Song for the Dark Times

"Subtle, chilling to the bone and very contemporary. Margie Orford has a quietly understated, beautiful literary style." Peter James, author of the Roy Grace thriller series

Margie Orford is the author of the Clare Hart crime novels, which include Water Music, Gallows Hill and Daddy's Girl. Born in London, she grew up in Namibia, was educated in South Africa and the United States, and now lives in London. A Fulbright Scholar, she is an honorary fellow of St Hugh's College, Oxford, and President Emerita of PEN South Africa.