From Umuzi's site:
A finely crafted short story collection, comprising fourteen stories, the themes of which range the terrain of human experience - loneliness, madness and murder, betrayal, loss and longing - by a writer set to become one of South Africa's most significant voices. Many of the stories slyly detonates acts of violence: a young boy being confronted by a wounded gangster in the pristine corridors of a library; or when a man lies inexplicably bleeding on a pavement. The writing is precise and controlled.
- Galloping Foxley
- The Umbrella Man...
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