by Deon Meyer and Madeleine Van Biljon
May 27, 2006 Novelist Deon Meyer writes in Afrikaans and his books wrestle with South Africa's racial tensions. The most recent book translated for American audiences is Dead Before Dying. Meyer talks with Linda Wertheimer about his work.
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