Dead at Daybreak

Dead at Daybreak

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Utgivelsesår 2007
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781848947849

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Om Dead at Daybreak

An antiques dealer is burned with a blow torch, then killed, execution-style - a single shot to the back of the head with an M16. The contents of the safe are missing and the only clues are a scrap of blank paper and the unusual weapon used, the choice of mercenaries, not burglars. Now ex-cop Zatopek 'Zed' van Heerden has fourteen days in which to fill in the blanks in this dead man's past - a past which only seems to begin in 1983...Set against the backdrop of a society on the verge of breakdown, "Dead at Daybreak" spins the reader from the lush suburbs of Capetown, to a gripping climax in the searing heat of the Veldt.

Deon Meyer recreates the beauty, wildness, and danger of modern Africa with an immediacy and force no other writer has achieved . . . his work is undeniably "a cause for celebration" If DEAD AT DAYBREAK is anything to go by, we are seeing the rise of a major new, international writing talent. I cannot recommend this book highly enough. A highly entertaining, page-turning transposition of the American private eye genre to an exotic and vibrant setting...a terrific new talent 'Deon Meyer provides us with a gripping mystery solved by dogged legwork and occasional flashes of insight, and with a telling psychological portrait of a man and a nation haunted by a past that combines brilliance with much to be ashamed of' 'Deon Meyer's second foray into the crime thriller genre offers a slick plot, strong characters and a subtle insight into a changing country' Meyer weaves an impressively tangled web and taut narrative keeps the reader guessing until the last couple of pages A brilliant book. Deon Meyer does an excellent job of developing a whole range of characters who are affected by the changes in South Africa in different ways. And Thobela, a giant of a man in search of redemption, is a wonderful hero. A plot-driven page-turner, but clear attention has been paid to character development, motivations and dialogue as well. Joubert is a haunted yet sympathetic protagonist; his character fairly begs for a sequel. Hooked me right from the start...a thriller with some weight attached and that is a rare find. Out of post-apartheid South Africa comes a thriller good enough to nip at the heels of le Carré ... Wonderful setting; rich, colourful cast, headed by a valiant/vulnerable protagonist.

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Deon Meyer

Deon Meyer
Deon Meyer regnes som Sør-Afrikas beste krim- og thrillerforfatter.Bøkene hans er oversatt til 25 språk og de har ligget høyt på listene ien rekke land. Flere av dem skal filmes. (Foto: Philippe Matsas/OPALE)
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