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My Father, My Monster: A True Story

by McIntosh Polela

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Bright, articulate, and charismatic, former journalist and police spokesman McIntosh Polela has been on African television screens for many years. But behind a dazzling career, Polela's troubled past haunts him. When he was a child, both his parents disappeared, leaving him and his sister Zinhle to suffer years of abuse. The story of Polela's journey to uncover the truth, this candid autobiography shares the journalist's turmoil as he confronts his father about his mother's brutal death and faces the worst dilemma a son can ever confront: How can he possibly forgive when his father remains a remorseless, cruel, and heartless murderer?… (more)

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