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REVIEW | Cape Town’s the place for crime fiction – unless you’re Jeffrey Archer in London

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The Artist Vanishes by Terry Westby-Nunn (Penguin), One Fine Day by Irna van Zyl (Penguin), and Over My Dead Body by Jeffrey Archer (HarperCollins).
The Artist Vanishes by Terry Westby-Nunn (Penguin), One Fine Day by Irna van Zyl (Penguin), and Over My Dead Body by Jeffrey Archer (HarperCollins).

Three crime fiction reviews in one: One Fine Day by Irna van Zyl (Penguin), The Artist Vanishes by Terry Westby-Nunn (Penguin), and Over My Dead Body by Jeffrey Archer (HarperCollins).

If you’re writing South African crime fiction, Cape Town is the place to be. Consider Deon Meyer, who started the geographical trend, or Mike Nicol and Margie Orford, who have also written really good, bestselling books set in the shadow of the mountain.

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