Reviewed: 2014-02-14 - (Review Updated: 2014-02-14)
Regular readers of Kaffir's books will expect them to be well written, to be plausible and to have interesting and well drawn characters. They will not be disappointed when they read 'The Demise of a Dour Man'.
There is indeed a dour man and we do not learn to love him! His wife and daughter are another matter and capture our interest, sympathy and affection.
Do I hear a voice or two saying,"Well good, we have the heroine and her mother but what of the hero?" Yes, he is there and and he is all that a man cast in that role should be.
The plot is full of twists and turns and this is indeed a 'Kaffiresque' tale.
Read it and I am sure that you will enjoy it as much as I did.