Buys. ’n Grensroman | General Fiction
Coenraad de Buys was the most dangerous man around in the Cape of the late seventeen hundreds.
He was a giant, a legend, a polygamist, a swindler and a big talker, the bane of government; father to chieftains and a whole Buysvolk of his own. He restlessly walked the uneasy landscape of southern Africa like the wild dogs who were always at his heels, always in his head – especially the earless dog who put Buys on his renegade path.