Boston Globe: About New England Books and Authors
The Boston Globe
by Jan Gardner
January 12, 2013:
Neville D. Frankel, who immigrated to Boston from Johannesburg with his family when he was 14, didn’t return to his native country for 38 years. By then, apartheid had ended. He returned several times more, researching his novel “Bloodlines,” which explores the bloody truths of apartheid in a sweeping narrative that covers five decades.