Lies through the looking glass, by Jonny Steinberg


Lies through the looking glass, by Jonny Steinberg

His new novel ‘One Day in Bethlehem’ proves no other writer can parse the SA nation’s complexities as subtly

Michele Magwood

A new Jonny Steinberg book is always an event. A matchless investigator and observer, he manages to be both coolly incisive and rawly empathetic to his subjects.

He has won the prestigious Alan Paton Award for non-fiction twice, for Midlands and The Number, and the Windham-Campbell prize awarded by Yale University.

September sees the publication of One Day in Bethlehem, about a man named Fusi Mofokeng who was wrongly incarcerated in 1992 and released 19 years later into a dramatically changed country...

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