Books by Richard Kunzmann

Born in Namibia in 1976, Richard Kunzmann resides in South Africa. He received is Masters in psychology with honours in 2002, and holds a major in criminology – a background that benefits him as a writer of dark crime thrillers, set in the violent landsca

SALAMANDER COTTON by Richard Kunzmann
Released: Nov. 1, 2007

"Despite some overplotting, two strong characters—and South Africa amounting to a third—make this young series one to watch."
In "the New South Africa," a rich man's murder rekindles interest in a half-forgotten crime. Read full book review >
BLOODY HARVESTS by Richard Kunzmann
Released: Dec. 1, 2006

"Lots of characters to like, lots of vivid evocations of an interesting time and place, lots of pages to turn, lots of time to mark. Still, Kunzmann's debut is an impressive successor to James McClure's apartheid procedurals."
In post-apartheid South Africa, a pair of homicide cops, partners and friends, struggle with what divides them. Read full book review >