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'The stories we recreate counter the silence': Talking to Margie Orford

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Author Margie Orford. (Photo: Supplied)
Author Margie Orford. (Photo: Supplied)

INTERVIEW: Margie Orford

Crime fiction readers and followers of Margie Orford's work around the world have been waiting with bated breath since Water Music, the last of the popular Clare Hart series, was published in 2013. The wait is finally over, and it certainly was worthwhile. Even though Clare Hart is nowhere in sight, fans will welcome a new cast of strong women in her new standalone, The Eye of the Beholder (Jonathan Ball), with open arms. Orford, who lives in the UK, has been back in South Africa to promote the novel. Sonja van der Westhuizen spoke to her.

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