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Thirteen Hours

A Novel

by Deon Meyer

Thirteen Hours by Deon Meyer X
Thirteen Hours by Deon Meyer
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2010, 384 pages
    Paperback:
    Sep 2011, 560 pages

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Nancie

Compelling
Discovered Deon Meyer quite by accident; picked up Thirteen Hours in large print at my local library. It was a can't put 'em down story which brought back memories of places I visited when in Cape Town, South Africa in 2008. I emailed my South African friend asking him if he'd heard of Deon Myers. He hadn't read any of his books, but said I was the second person from the U.S. who had mentioned the author. I plan to read all of Meyer's books!
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