Killing Kebble (Revised and Updated Paperback Edition)
In September 2005 Brett Kebble, a prominent South African mining magnate, was killed on a quiet suburban street in Johannesburg in an apparent ‘assisted suicide’. The top-level investigation that followed was a tipping point for democratic South Africa, which implicated an astonishing array of high-profile politicians and public figures as well as illuminating the shadowy depths of Johannesburg’s underworld.
This new paperback edition of Killing Kebble includes:
- A Postscript that brings readers up to date on the developments and the people involved in this story since the publication of Killing Kebble in April 2011; and
- An extensive Author Interview.
Praise for Mandy Wiener
‘Yes, this truth is much stranger than fiction, but in Mandy Wiener’s hands, it is also more enthralling, entertaining and unputdownable. Simply brilliant.’ – Deon Meyer
‘Mandy’s book is terrific, although the title disappoints as it turns out, she isn’t the person who killed Kebble. It’s a story that will make you uncomfortable about just how rotten the criminal underbelly of Johannesburg really is – but it is an absorbing investigative account of one of the most interesting murders in our recent criminal history.’ – Gareth Cliff
‘After five years of following every thread and detail of the Kebble case Wiener not only had a complex story to which few other journalists had access, but also the perspective needed to turn it into a riveting bestseller that would be both insightful and accessible.’ – Mail & Guardian
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