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    Cometh the Hour

    R325,00 R385,00
    The sixth and penultimate book in the spellbinding, number one bestselling Clifton Chronicles.

    The Beekeeper's Daughter

    R99,00 R310,59
    The stunning new novel of love and secrets from top five bestselling author Santa Montefiore.

    The Sealed Letter

    R59,00 R575,13
    From the bestselling author of ROOM comes a delicious tale of secrets, betrayal and forbidden love.

    Obsession in Death

    R129,00 R410,00
    There's a thin line between hero worship and dangerous obsession ... the explosive new Eve Dallas and Roarke thriller

    The Liar

    R99,00 R332,52
    Betrayed by the man she loved. Can she ever trust again? The brand-new novel of love, drama and hope from legendary Nora Roberts

    The Language of Flowers

    R69,00 R448,60
    The most talked-about debut acquisition of 2010 will be the publishing event of 2011

    The Quiddity of Will Self

    R59,00 R428,79
    A ghost hovers outside the window of Will Self's study. She is Sylvie, a beautiful young woman who was recently murdered, who wants to influence Self's latest novel before she moves on... He discovers that Sylvie was a member of the WSC - a mysterious cult of charismatic writers who appear to worship Will Self in a strange and secret style.

    The First Phone Call from Heaven

    R129,00 R245,00
    A stunning and inspirational new novel from the bestselling author of The Five People You Meet in Heaven and Tuesdays With Morrie.

    Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage

    R149,00 R455,00
    By chance all of their names contained a colour. The two boys were called Akamatsu, meaning 'red pine', and Oumi, 'blue sea', while the girls' names were Shirane, 'white root', and Kurono, 'black field'. Tazaki was the only last name with no colour in it. One day Tsukuru Tazaki's friends announced that they didn't want to see him, ever again.

    Zelda's Cut

    R49,00
    Delicious combination of confused identities, personal dramas and moral dilemmas in a contemporary chiller from one of our most outstanding novelists. For years, Isobel Latimer has composed serious novels for serious people, but to dwindling acclaim and ever-more dwindling gain. Now her husband is ill and she must carry their financial burden alone, and in secret. But if the public don't want careful moral fables any longer, why not provide an outrageous tale of sex and satanism, and an author to match? The incomparable, uncontrollable Zelda de Vere is born. What began with the best of intentions snowballs into a disorienting blur of passion, gender-bending, loss of innocence, to betrayal and beyond. Isobel Latimer might feel she's on the brink of losing everything, but what would Zelda do?

    Memorandum

    R59,00 R450,00
    In hierdie titel is oor 'n hospitaalervaring bied die teks en visuele beelde parallele verhale wat op 'n aangrypende wyse met mekaar resoneer.

    Memorandum

    R59,00 R415,00
    In this title about a hospital experience the text and visual images offer parallel narratives that resonate poignantly with each other.

    Ghost Flight

    R89,00 R343,00
    Author of MUD, SWEAT AND TEARS and star of MAN VS. WILD and THE ISLAND, Bear Grylls delivers his action-packed debut novel - the start of a major new adventure series.

    Wind/ Pinball: Two Novels

    R99,00 R385,00
    Lets you follow the fortunes of the narrator and his friend, known only by his nickname, the Rat. In this book, the narrator is home from college on his summer break. He spends his time drinking beer and smoking in J's Bar with the Rat, listening to the radio, thinking about writing and the women he has slept with, and more.

    October

    R59,00 R240,00
    A letter from her brother Jake calls Mercia back to Kliprand, the parched dorp she left for a life in Scotland years ago. Had she not been abandoned by her partner of twenty-four years, Mercia might never have returned to Namaqualand and its reminders of Meester û her stern and unforgiving father.