By David Klatzow
Bloody crimes of ardour, political assassinations, sinister poisonings, funding fraud and mass mining failures … Dr David Klatzow has obvious all of it. in the course of his remarkable twenty-six-year profession as South Africa’s top-rated self sufficient forensic scientist, he has investigated numerous high-profile and infamous cases.
Steeped in Blood presents gripping debts of dozens of those issues, together with the notorious deaths of Brett Kebble and Inge Lotz, the Helderberg aeroplane crash and the problematical investigations of the brutal apartheid years. From the Gugulethu Seven and computer virus massacres to the assassination of David Webster, Klatzow’s investigations display his fierce decision to unveil the reality despite overwhelming nation obstructions, police bungling and cover-ups. Unfazed via controversy and unwilling to simply accept no for a solution, Klatzow’s tenacity, fearlessness and forensic knowledge are used to significant influence in those attention-grabbing cases.
This publication exposes a tough and sinister global the place the rewards are equalled merely via the frustrations, and the place the fact is continually elusive. however the fact is available, and David Klatzow will locate it.
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