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    'n Stem in die wind

    R171,00
    Hierdie meesterlik-opwindende roman uit die pen van die gewilde skrywer Francine Rivers is bestem om tot die hart te spreek van elkeen wat dit lees. Die boodskap is een van waarheid en hoop in 'n wêreld vol leuens en wanhoop.

    The last flight of the flamingo

    R99,00
    In Tizangara, the only facts are supernatural ones. 'To put it crudely and rudely, here's what happened - a severed penis was found right there on the trunk road just outside Tizangara. A large organ on the loose.

    Of wild dogs

    R170,00
    Something nasty is coming out of the woodwork at the Museum and in the lonely bushveld, it's not only nature that's red in tooth and claw.

    Uppsala Woods

    R225,00
    A great success in its original edition, turned into a graphic novel, this is a humor-ridden drama on a taboo topic - suicide - and how it affects those people emotionally attached to someone inclined to commit it. A witty, engaging and insightful book.

    The Girl in the Glass: A Novel

    R117,00 R129,94
    Recommended for readers of Sarah Dunant, this new novel about disillusionment, love, and family takes readers from California to the piazzas of Florence, plunging them into a fascinating world of art and history.

    Baby Hippo

    R132,00

    A Man of His Word

    R250,00
    Winner of multiple literary awards (Premio Internacional Terenci Moix, Premio Maria Angels Anglada, Premio Salambo) "A Man of His Word" is a beautiful homage to the author's deceased husband. A multi-awarded memoir on true love, loss and remembrance. The first work available in English by one of the best contemporary Catalan woman writers.

    Due for Destruction

    R191,00

    Symbols to Fly, Flap or Fix

    R191,00

    Speer

    R175,00
    Esther Vilar's tantalising drama strikes at the heart of one of the most ambiguous figures in the history of this century - Albert Speer

    August, October

    R250,00
    August, October is a very adult novel about adolescence, written in the finely crafted, sensual prose of Andres Barba, one of Spain's most prominent literary writers, rightfully included in Granta's The Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists issue.

    A Bad End

    R275,00
    Winner of the Premio Ojo Critico "A Bad End" is a work of that rightfully belongs to the centuries-old picaresque novel tradition (Moll Flanders, Tom Jones, Oliver Twist, The Tin Drum...). Considered one of the five best novels of Spanish literature in the last twenty-five years it has also been translated into French, German, Italian and Russian.

    If I Run

    R261,00 R289,94
    CASEY KNOWS THE TRUTH. BUT IT WON'T SET HER FREE.

    They Were Coming for Him

    R275,00
    Winner of the Premio Dulce Chacon, this novel offers an insightful take on Albert Camus's final years. Masterfully combining fiction, true facts, and extracts from Camus's novels interspersed throughout the narrative itself, Berta Vias brings to life the process that led to the Nobel Prize-winning writer's intellectual isolation and death.

    Still the Same Man

    R250,00
    A gripping page-turner, a fast-paced short novel with a psychological thriller edge that is being made into a film. Mexico, a hurricane, a chimpanzee and a chance encounter make for a tight plot with an unexpected tragic end. An exploration of man's deepest and darkest instincts.

    Beautiful Bombshell

    R172,00
    The gentlemen from Beautiful Bastard, Beautiful Stranger, and Beautiful Playerare out for a wild night on The Strip.