Tuesday, February 01, 2011

A James McClure story online

Mike Nicol, whose mother probably cried, "He's indefatigable!" when she gave birth to him, has come up with another special treat on his Crime Beat (South Africa) Web site: a short story by James McClure, author of the seminal Kramer and Zondi mysteries. The story is called "Scandal at Sandkop," and you can read it by clicking on the title.

I've written quite a bit about McClure in the past year. Read those posts and discussions here.

© Peter Rozovsky 2011

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4 Comments:

Blogger Paul D. Brazill said...

I'll check it out.

I saw this and thought of one of your old posts.

http://wonder-tonic.com/filmthesis/

February 02, 2011  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Thanks, though that thesis generator might be more appropriate for the post previous to this one.

February 02, 2011  
Blogger Solea said...

Ayoba!

February 02, 2011  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

A most appropriate reaction to McClure! And this reminds me that I came across another joyous word -- jabulani -- in one of McCLure's novels, possibly even before the World Cup.

February 02, 2011  

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