Roets says his 414-page book focuses on what he called the brutality and torture that accompany farm killings.
The launch was attended by World Farmers Association president Theo de Jager and Johann Burgers from the Institute of Security Studies, among others.
De Jager in his address called on government and the police to prioritise the farm killings. Burger called on the police to establish a special unit to deal with the farm attacks and murders.
The book has already attracted wide criticism from large groups including political parties.
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