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Little Ice Cream Boy

By (author) Jacques Pauw

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Maria Goosen will always remember her son as her little ice cream boy, standing on the beach at Margate with a cone in his hand. Everyone else knows Gideon Goosen as a monster; a gangster, assassin and murderer who made a pact with the devil and deserves to live out his days in Pretoria Central Prison. How is it possible that the son of a decorated, God-fearing security policeman could fall so low? His mother blames it on his friends from the other side of the railway line in Randfontein, others on a leggy prostitute from Nigel who became an obsession. Gideon believes everything changed on an autumn morning when he cold-bloodedly murdered an anti-apartheid activist.

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Publisher | Penguin Books (SA) (Pty) Ltd
Published date | 30 Jun 2010
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Format | Paperback
Pages | 0
Dimensions | 0 x 0 x 0mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 371g
ISBN | 978-0-1430-2665-5
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BISAC | fiction / general

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