Hobson's Choice

Templeton Ngubane, a black cop in the apartheid police force is trapped in two worlds. When the organisation he has so faithfully served, betrays him, it sets in motion a chain of events that threatens to destroy his family, sees his son on the run and forces Templeton to make a terrible decision to save the boy's life. More

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About Hilton Hamann

Hilton Hamann is a journalist, novelist, author and photographer. He is the author of three non-fiction books including the best-seller, “Days of the Generals -- the story of SA’s Apartheid-era military generals.” (Published by Zebra/Random House). This book is in its eighth reprint and is in the US Library of Congress.
His novel, “Hobson's Choice” is available on Smashwords.com.
Hamann is a former Sunday Times Bureau Chief and military correspondent and was also Living Africa’s Special Investigations editor.
Through two feature agencies in London, he has had hundreds of articles published in over 55 countries. Publications include, Sunday Times (London), News of the World, Jane’s Defence Weekly, International Defence Review, Soldier of Fortune, Sacramento Bee, Orange County Register, Penthouse (Germany and Australia) and most South African newspapers and relevant magazines.

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