We Are Not Such Things: Murder. Justice. The Search for Truth.
In 1993 a young white American activist called Amy Biehl was brutally murdered by a group of men in a township near Cape Town. A few years later, two of the convicted murderers were working with Amy's parents at a charity set up in her memory.
After the horrors of apartheid, hope and reconciliation had triumphed.
It's an inspiring story. But is it just that - a story?
'Your next true-crime obsession' Vogue
'A Truman Capote-style detective story' Financial Times
'Gripping, explosive . . . crafts a close sense of place that rivals the work of Katherine Boo' New York Times