Praise for My Brother’s Keeper

“This is a thrilling story of intricate connectivity, packed with sophisticated clues and doubtful coincidences that hint at something deeper, a sinister puppet master with a hidden agenda and ingenious subplots, which make it a rare delight to read…. A clever book, excellently written, lean, spare and tight, My Brother’s Keeper is an intriguing and exciting page-turner by a major new talent who could, if she wanted, put Jozi on the literary map.”
Aubrey Paton – Sunday Times

“This is a book you’ll race to finish, and the double denouement is as satisfying as it’s unexpected and shocking. It’s perfect in its reality, yet nowhere trite… I can’t wait for the next instalment.”
James Mitchell – The Star

“A real page-turner… The novel is set in Johannesburg and has several subplots that come together with a terrific twist in the tail and an intentionally troublesome ending. It’s not deep, but it’s intelligent and believable.”
Jane Rosenthal – Mail & Guardian 

“An accomplished, scary foray into the criminal underbelly of Johannesburg, a city whose differing aspects, moods and byways she clearly knows intimately.”
William Saunderson-Meyer – The Weekender 

“Set in Johannesburg, this is a gripping thriller from a local author… Well-written, fast paced and with plenty of twists.”
Anne Duncan – Femina 

“My Brothers’ Keeper has all the ingredients of a good crime thriller – a convoluted plot that unfolds at the right pace; strong protagonists whose life stories slowly start to form a picture as the plot progresses and, lastly, that twist at the end that turns the fictional world upside down.”
Natalie Bosman – The Citizen