Capture – Roger Smith

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The truth won`t set you free

In a city where the lines between rich and poor are drawn in blood, the truth is just the lie you believe the most. Capture tells the stories of three desperate people. Cape Town, these three are drawn into a spiral of manipulation and murder that leaves them fighting for their sanity and their lives

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Book Author

Roger Smith

Publisher

Serpents Tail

Published Date

2012

Binding

Softcover

Condition

Like New (LN)

Condition Description

A new unread book. The price sticker on back cover

ISBN-13

7981781250020

Weight (grams)

420

Shipping Weight (grams)

620

 

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Nick is the man who has it all – or so it seems. But that can change in a second: his young daughter tries to get his attention but he’s busy – smoking a joint – so she decides to rescue her toy boat from the water herself. Vernon, watching from the distance, sees her slip and fall, but chooses to do nothing – until it’s too late. An ex-cop, now a security guard, Vernon promises to make sure Nick doesn’t get into trouble, but Vernon is only thinking of himself, and Nick doesn’t realise until he’s in too deep to get out. Taut and uncompromising, Capture is a stark reminder that, sometimes, one moment is all it takes. Roger Smith was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. A screenwriter, producer and director, his award-winning first thriller, Mixed Blood, was published in six countries. Both Mixed Blood and his second book, Wake Up Dead, are currently in development as feature films

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