Recy Dunn writes “Circle of Time,” a riveting mystery set against the backdrop of South African history under Apartheid.
South Africa has endured dark times in its history, but one of the most pivotal events happened in the twentieth century. Racial segregation, often known as Apartheid, was implemented via legislation by National Party administrations from 1948 to 1994. The rights of South Africa's majority black population were constrained, and white supremacy was maintained, making the country an uncomfortable place for black people to live.
Jan Linden, a police lieutenant from Johannesburg, South Africa, is a fictitious character he develops. Linden knows that there is a conspiracy amongst African tribes tied to Apartheid after his father died in a blast. Linden sets out to uncover the truth about the death of his father and the two related crimes he was investigating. Linden spends 38 years sweating, tormenting, and frustratingly attempting to find the culprits and prove the existence of a scheme with significant implications for South Africa. During his obsessive pursuit, he loses the respect of his colleagues, suffers because of the death of the only woman he genuinely loves, and develops an addiction to alcohol. He also finds himself one step behind the Circle, a terrifying secret society of strong chieftains from South Africa's eight tribes. Linden's pursuit thrusts him on a perilous journey that draws readers into a scintillating novel and a crash course in history.
Dunn has the ability of a brilliant storyteller and deftly captures time and location. The novel develops, matures, and transforms as the plot proceeds, bearing the elements of a classic.
Buy the book at: https://www.amazon.com/Circle-Time-Recy-Dunn/dp/1612961827
“Circle of Time”
Author: Recy Dunn
Publisher: Black Rose Writing
Published Date: March 14, 2013
Book Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
About the Author:
Recy L. Dunn, Jr., author of “The Cinquefoil Connection” and “Circle of Time” is a native Texan and was a past freelance writer for the African American News & Issues, (http://aframnews.com), one of the largest black owned newspapers in Texas.
Recy also hosts a website called www.askrecy.com which allows readers to ask specific questions involving minority business situations. His community focus articles are also read weekly by thousands of people on the Internet.
He is currently a real estate agent in Houston, Texas.
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