by W.P.B. Botha
Seamus Doyle escapes from his Irish Catholic past to a remote Transkei village. A bruised cynic, he tries to stand aside from the drama of South African politics. But for how long can Doyle remain uninvolved, watching from the wings? This is a novel which captures life in South Africa - fragmented, confused, violent - yet challenges the idea that power lies only with the forces of oppression.
Paperback: 233 pages