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South Africa is acknowledged as being a crime-ridden country, and violence is a frequent occurrence. This book depicts what we can call everyday events in the life of ordinary law abiding South African citizens. It is set on a suburb called Houghton where the world icon Nelson Mandela resided. It poses questions that no one currently has answers to. One big question that begs to be asked and answered is where or what did we as a country do so drastically wrong to raise kids that can only be described as scoundrels, and where are we heading to as a nation? The victims and the perpetrators are separated by a single road, a road that divides the rich members of the community and the less fortunate members. In the book we have three young men who, in pursuit of a better life, engage in criminal activities. Their said sad actions leave a family of four devastated and shattered. The author has unique insight into the events depicted in the book, as he is an inmate in a South African prison, currently serving life imprisonment for armed robbery, murder and attempted murder.

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