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Yellowbone (ePub) | Fiction

Ekow Duker

Karabo, a light-skinned girl living in Mthatha, grew up with the hurtful cry of ‘yellowbone’ ringing in her ears. She hears her parents argue, not realising that questions surrounding her paternity are the cause. To Karabo, there can be no greater bond than the one between her and ‘Teacher’, as her father is called.

With her exotic appearance, people expect Karabo to coast through life on her looks alone, but she moves to London to study architecture. At a private recital, a priceless antique violin binds her fate to that of virtuoso André Potgieter, who fled to London to hide a secret – though no saint himself, he sees angels. And he’d do anything to keep seeing them.

Spanning three countries – South Africa, Britain and Ghana – Yellowbone is a powerful, enthralling story exploring belonging and identity, justice, deceit and truth. 

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Yellowbone (ePub) | Fiction

Author: Ekow Duker
Category: Fiction
ISBN: 9780795708862
Date Released: 20 March 2019
Price (incl. VAT): R 320.00
Format: Soft cover, 320pp

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Ekow Duker

Ekow Duker het gewerk as ’n olieveld-ingenieur, ’n beleggingsbankier en ’n korporatiewe strateeg. Sy huidige beroep is in data-analise in Johannesburg. White...


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