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    Homemaking for the down-at-heart

    R89,00 R230,00
    Margot is a late-night talk radio host - the perfect job for an outspoken insomniac. Her Kalk Bay home is crowded with wonderfully evocative characters such as her teenage daughter, Pia, her hopelessly romantic yet mostly absent lover Curtis, and the family hanger-on, Mr Morland, a professional psychic.

    I Hid My Voice

    R59,00 R315,00
    A sweet and touching novel which can be read both as a coming of age story, set against a fascinating backdrop, and at a deeper level as a commentary on life in country where there is very little freedom of expression.

    The Girls

    R99,00 R290,00
    Midsummer night: a thirteen-year-old girl is found unconscious in a dark corner of the garden square. What really happened to her? And who is responsible?

    Artistic Licence


    A slim, green silence

    R49,00 R180,00
    Constance West is dead. She is floating above her hometown of Scheepersdorp, unsure how long it has been since she died, since the cancer took her.

    If You Were Me

    R79,00 R195,00
    From Sheila O'Flanagan, the Number One bestselling author of Someone Special and Things We Never Say, comes an unputdownable, heart-searching new novel for every woman who still remembers her first love...

    The Courage Tree

    R79,00 R172,45
    Can a mother ever give up hope? Janine wants her child to live a normal life full of adventure, so she lets her precious daughter go on her first overnight camping trip.

    A Week in December: Vintage Christmas

    R69,00 R130,00
    Powerful contemporary novel set in London from a master of literary fiction. THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER London, the week before Christmas, 2007. Seven wintry days to track the lives of seven characters: a hedge fund manager trying to bring off the biggest trade of his career; a professional footballer recently arrived from Poland; a young lawyer with little work and too much time to speculate; a student who has been led astray by Islamist theory; a hack book-reviewer; a schoolboy hooked on skunk and reality TV; and a Tube driver whose Circle Line train joins these and countless other lives together in a daily loop. With daring skill, the novel pieces together the complex patterns and crossings of modern urban life, and the group is forced, one by one, to confront the true nature of the world they inhabit. Sweeping, satirical, Dickensian in scope, A Week in December is a thrilling state of the nation novel from a master of literary fiction.

    Swing Time

    R99,00 R290,00


    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.


    R49,00 R175,92
    A glorious retelling of the Russian folktale Marya Morevna and Koschei the Deathless, set in a mysterious version of St. Petersburg during the first half of the 20th century.

    What poets need

    R49,00 R275,00
    Poet John Carson lives in a crumbling seaside house with his sister and niece. Winter is upon him, and he writes feverishly to the woman who has abandoned him as a lover, yet kept him as a correspondent. Theresa: beautiful, generous ... and married.

    The raft

    R69,00 R250,00
    On day zero, humankind collectively lost its memory. The collapse of civilisation was as instantaneous as it was inevitable.


    R59,00 R195,00
    Hans Bengler, a young entomologist, leaves Sweden for the Kalahari Desert, determined to find a previously undiscovered insect to name after himself and advance his career. Instead, he finds a young boy, whose tribe has been decimated by European raiders.

    Martin Dressler: The Tale of an American Dreamer

    R49,00 R207,87
    Martin Dressler tells the story of a young entrepreneur in late-nineteenth-century New York City whose ambition to make concrete an elusive dream leads to a fabulous creation that houses the imagination itself. Winner of the 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

    The Memory Box

    R69,00 R160,00
    Can you ever really forget your first love?