Cash-in-transit heists, Park Station, the SA police, Hartbeespoort Dam — they’re all part of the SA landscape and our daily lives, so it’s unusual to pick up a thriller and find yourself immersed in a world that features them too. It’s a space on paper that seems so familiar and yet absolutely not.

Such is the case with journalist and author Nechama Brodie’s newest novel — Three Bodies (Pan Macmillan). The follow-up to her 2018 fiction debut, Knucklebone, it is another tale that delves into the crimes Reshma Patel and Ian Jack investigate in and around Gauteng...

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