CALL IT DOG
Set against the backdrop of a country struggling to absorb its bloody history and forge a new democracy, CALL IT DOG asks whether justice and truth are more important than the bonds of loyalty and love, and explores what it is like to feel you no longer belong in the land of your birth - or to your own family.
As they set off on a road trip through South Africa's now-unfamiliar landscape, it becomes clear that Nico knows more about the murder than he is letting on, and Jo begins to wonder wheter she is his accomplice, or his captive.
Marli Roode was born in South Africa and moved to the UK when she was 17. After completing both a BA and an MA in Philosophy and Literature, she studied at Manchester University's Centre for the New Writing under MJ Hyland. Marli won the "Is There A Novelist In The House?" competition at the Manchester Literature Festival in 2009 with an extract from CALL IT DOG. She lives in London.
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