Lemmer’s first rule is “Don’t get involved.” A highly skilled bodyguard with a violent, criminal past, he has settled into a quiet life in Loxton, South Africa. But when a wealthy farmer asks him to help save a pair of rare black rhinos by smuggling them out of Zimbabwe, Lemmer can’t say no. Now he’s on a small airplane, zipping across the border with a military-grade shotgun at his feet—sensing that he’s about to regret breaking his own rule.
Weaving together Lemmer’s story with a missing person investigation and the machinations of a top intelligence agency, Trackers is “a sprawling, invigorating and socially committed crime novel” (The Independent).
“Deon Meyer is one of the unsung masters.” —Michael Connelly, New York Times–bestselling author of the Harry Bosch novels
“Meyer’s ambition matches his execution in this brilliantly complex stand-alone thriller set in his native South Africa.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
“[Meyer is] the king of South African crime fiction.” —Booklist, starred review
“Chojun is an exciting next-step in the evolution of how karate’s history is told.” (Michael Clarke, 7th dan Kyoshi, author)
“Riveting… Very highly recommended!” (Lawrence A. Kane, martial artist, author of Surviving Armed Assaults, co-author of The Little Black Book of Violence and Scaling Force)
“Remarkable, it’s that good!” (Kris Wilder, best selling martial arts author)
About the Author
Goran Powell, 4th dan, Goju Ryu Karate. Goran is author of three martial arts books, a freelance writer in London and recipient of numerous advertising awards. A regular contributor to Martial Arts magazines, Goran has twice appeared on the cover of Traditional Karate magazine. This is his second novel. Goran Powell resides in London with his wife and three children
A Sudden Dawn
IP’s Living Now Awards GOLD WINNER – 2011
eLit Awards GOLD WINNER – 2011
USA Best Book Award WINNER – 2011
This epic historical fiction novel opens with a young man named Sardili born of the warrior caste in 507 A.D. Sardili realizes that he would rather seek enlightenment than follow his family’s military legacy and sets out on a life-long quest for truth and wisdom.
Sardili becomes the Buddhist monk Bodhidharma, known as Da Mo in China. He travels throughout India, brings Buddhism to China, and single handedly establishes the Shaolin Temple as the birthplace of Zen and the Martial Arts.
Sudden Dawn is a refreshing take on the mythical origins of Kung Fu with a good pace, enjoyable interpretation of legendary characters, and wonderfully written adventures during the long journey across Asia.