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Book Review: To Quote Myself by Khaya Dlanga

To Quote Myself

Title: To Quote Myself Author: Khaya Dlanga Publisher: Pan Macmillan SA Published: November 2015 Genre: Memoir Rating: 7/10 “Struggling womaniser. Leader of the People’s Army Against Typo Nazi. Never eats black Jelly Babies.” – from Khaya Dlanga’s Twitter bio Khaya Dlanga has established himself as one of the most influential individuals in South African media, particularly social media, a platform he...
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Book Review: The Widow by Fiona Barton

The Widow

Title: The Widow Author: Fiona Barton Publisher: Penguin Random House SA Published: January 2016 Genre: Thriller/Mystery Rating: 7/10 We’ve all seen him: the man—the monster—staring from the front page of every newspaper, accused of a terrible crime. But what about the woman who grips his arm on the courtroom stairs—the woman who stands by...
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South African Author, Joan De La Haye, Releases New Novel

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“Fury is as haunting as it is addictive. This is the type of book you need to read with the lights on.” – Monique Snyman, Killer Aphrodite Entertainment. A young girl is brutally murdered. Two rival crime bosses fight for dominance on the streets of South Africa’s capital city. The city’s underground film industry...
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Book Review: Satellite People by Hans Olav Lahlum

Satellite People

Title: Satellite People (K2 and Patricia Series) Author: Hans Olav Lahlum Publisher: Pan Macmillan SA Published: July 2015 Genre: Crime Thriller Rating: 8/10 Oslo, 1969. When a wealthy man collapses and dies during a dinner party, Norwegian Police Inspector Kolbjorn Kristiansen, known as K2, is left shaken. For the victim, Magdalon Schelderup, a multimillionaire businessman and former resistance fighter, had...
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Book Review: An Empty Coast by Tony Park

Tony Park

Title: An Empty Coast Author: Tony Park Publisher: Pan Macmillan SA Published: November 2015 Genre: Adventure/Thriller Rating: 8/10 Sonja Kurtz – former soldier, supposedly retired mercenary – is in Vietnam carrying out a personal revenge mission when her daughter sends a call for help. Emma is on a dig at the edge of Namibia’s Etosha National Park studying archaeology and she’s...
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Book Review: The Eleventh Black Book of Horror

The Eleventh Black Book of Horror

Title: The Eleventh Black Book of Horror Editor: Charles Black Publisher: Mortbury Press Published: September 2015 Genre: Horror Rating: 9/10 Do you like horror? Do you like to be frightened? ‘…I suddenly felt a chill go up my back, as though a spider had dropped inside my shirt and was creeping towards my neck.’ TWO FIVE SEVEN Or perhaps,...
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Book Review: Flame in the Snow: The Love Letters of André Brink & Ingrid Jonker by Francis Galloway

Flame in the Snow

Title: Flame in the Snow: The Love Letters of André Brink & Ingrid Jonker Editor: Francis Galloway Publisher: Penguin Random House SA Published: November 2015 Genre: Non-Fiction/Romance Rating: 9/10 In a telegram dated 29 April 1963, twenty-nine-year-old Afrikaans poet Ingrid Jonker thanks André Brink, a young novelist of twenty-seven, for flowers and a letter he sent...
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Book Review: The Boy At The Top Of The Mountain by John Boyne

The boy at the top of the mountain

Title: The Boy At The Top Of The Mountain Author: John Boyne Publisher: Penguin Random House SA Published: October 2015 Genre: Middle Grade/Historical Fiction Rating: 9/10 When Pierrot becomes an orphan, he must leave his home in Paris for a new life with his aunt Beatrix, a servant in a wealthy household at the top of...
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Book Review: Wars of the Roses: Bloodline by Conn Iggulden

Bloodlines

Title: Wars of the Roses: Bloodline (Wars of the Roses #3) Author: Conn Iggulden Publisher: Penguin Random House SA Published: October 2015 Genre: Historical Fiction Rating: 8/10 – Winter 1461 – Richard Duke of York is dead, his ambitions in ruins, his head spiked on the walls of York city.  King Henry VI is still held prisoner. His...
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Book Review: Under Ground by S.L. Grey

Under Ground

Title: Under Ground Author: S.L. Grey Publisher: Pan Macmillan SA Published: October 2015 Genre: Thriller Rating: 8/10 The Sanctum is a luxurious, self-sustaining survival condominium situated underground in rural Maine. It’s a plush bolt-hole for the rich and paranoid – a place where they can wait out the apocalypse in style. When a devastating super-flu virus hits the States, several...
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