While visiting New York City to promote his novel Zulu
, Caryl Férey
sat down with Detectives Beyond Borders
to answer some questions about international noir, crime writing and South Africa, among other topics. Read the complete interview here
, Férey's first novel to be published in English, was recently named one of the Ten Best African Crime Novels
by Michael Stanley for the Guardian newspaper. Kirkus Reviews called it "a horrifying, eye-opening thriller [that] masterfully depicts the abject poverty of Cape Town's slums and the desperation of the townships' residents," and Publishers Weekly raved that Zulu is "powerful and unflinching in its portrayal of evil both mindless and calculating."