6 Non-Fiction Releases

6 Non-Fiction Releases

  Three diverse memoirs, two books on making life easier from prominent thinkers and one book on local current events... Here are six titles you’ll want to keep an eye out for. There’s something in this lot for everyone.   Noise by Daniel Kahneman Kahneman’s...

Winter Warmers with NOMU

Winter Warmers with NOMU

  These novels were already guaranteed to lift the spirits… this winter, they also come with hot chocolate! While stocks last, get a free sachet of NOMU hot chocolate when you buy any one of these thoroughly charming novels. Each one of them has been lovingly...

Three Debuts You’ll Want In On

Three Debuts You’ll Want In On

  We’ve said it before, and we will continue to say it: debut novels are exciting! The thrill of a new style, characters you’ve never met before, new themes and perspectives, and the chance to witness the advent of a rising literary star’s career… there are so...

New fiction books to read this June

New fiction books to read this June

  Fans of big names in fiction rejoice. Here are five exciting new releases from some of the most popular and dependable names in the business.   The President’s Daughter by Bill Clinton and James Patterson The partnership of the world’s best-loved thriller...

New Novels from Some Huge Names in Crime Fiction

New Novels from Some Huge Names in Crime Fiction

  John Grisham, David Baldacci, Lynda La Plante, Jeffrey Deaver and Kathy Reichs… these paragons of the dark and twisty bestseller all have new books out. Find out more about each of them below.   Sooley by John Grisham With Sooley, Grisham takes his...

June New Author of the Month

June New Author of the Month

Our New Author of the Month this month is Katherine Faulkner… and she has penned an almost universally hailed, electrifying thriller described as impeccably polished and ingeniously lithe. Greenwich Park - an insidious, deliciously dark and expertly plotted...

June Book of the Month

June Book of the Month

The Missing Sister by Lucinda Riley For the last seven years, Lucinda Riley has captivated millions of readers with her series The Seven Sisters: a saga that ambitiously incorporates as many aspects of humanity as can be contained within its pages, and a story that...

Notes on Grief by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Notes on Grief by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  With books like Half of a Yellow Sun, Americanah and We Should All Be Feminists, and by frankly depicting the experiences of Africans and women navigating the US and the world, Adichie rose to great prominence not only as a singular novelist but also as a...

A New Addition to Cassandra Clare’s Latest Series

A New Addition to Cassandra Clare’s Latest Series

  Cassandra Clare has been fantasy writing royalty ever since The Mortal Instruments kicked off the Shadowhunters series with its combination of coming-of-age crises, stylish horror and boundless magic. Werewolves, fairies, angels, demons, vampires, and kickass...

A Gambling Man by David Baldacci

A Gambling Man by David Baldacci

  Baldacci thrillers come in a variety of flavours. His newest novel, A Gambling Man, publishes this week, proves this by following Aloysius Archer for a second time. In contrast to the delicious depravity of his other most recent series, the Atlee Pine books,...

Fortunes and Fortuine – Ebbe Dommisse

Fortunes and Fortuine – Ebbe Dommisse

  Those of you with a taste for economic history and the big personalities that shape our world would be well advised to look out for new book Fortunes by veteran journalist Ebbe Dommisse. The book is available in both English and Afrikaans and is in stores now....

Land Matters by Tembeka Ngcukaitobi

Land Matters by Tembeka Ngcukaitobi

  Land. It’s bounties, borders and beauties have long defined the cultures and civilizations that occupy our world. Sadly it has also been at the heart of too many disputes and conflicts to count. And though we may be tempted to believe that these feuds belong to...

Irma Joubert

Irma Joubert

  Joubert has long been a celebrated writer of romance and historical novels focusing on the upheaval of the 20th century. Her two previously concluded trilogies, Ver Wink die Suiderkruis and Anderkant Pontenilo, both became phenomena in the Afrikaans (and Dutch)...

Change Your Thinking, Change Your Mind

Change Your Thinking, Change Your Mind

  With the constant slew of abnormal circumstance, (mis)information and ever-increasing social and professional pressure, we have all gotten to know how hard it can be to lay claim to our own minds, to feel as though we are in control of our own thinking. This...

Our Very First New Author of the Month!

Our Very First New Author of the Month!

  There is nothing quite as exciting as discovering an impressive new voice in fiction. It’s like being the only friend in your group who knows that a new hit song is actually a cover version. It’s like being the only one in your family who has read the book upon...

May Book of the Month

May Book of the Month

    Besides being a gifted teacher with a knack for helping us make sense of our peculiar and perilous times, Gladwell is primarily a collector of interesting stories. His delight in researching and illuminating that which he finds fascinating (knowing that...

The Lost Hours by Susan Lewis

The Lost Hours by Susan Lewis

  For a long time (she has published more than 3 dozen books), Lewis has been mining domestic, relatable situations for thrilling tales. And she certainly has found them. Her work spans everything from heartwarming romances to heartstopping thrills, and can...

Turn a Blind Eye by Jeffrey Archer

Turn a Blind Eye by Jeffrey Archer

Archer certainly needs no introduction. His reputation as a master storyteller stretches even as far as to those who have never read him. His has been an unusual life, though - and one cannot help but be struck by how much insight his particular journey must have...

Win by Harlan Coben

Win by Harlan Coben

  Coben has long been a highly regarded thriller writer. He has published more than thirty novels. But recently, thanks to a deal with Netflix that has already produced four original series with more on the way, Coben has found a broader audience. Via the beloved...

Two Glorious New Cookbook

Two Glorious New Cookbook

Bring your families back to the table and the thrill back to your taste buds with bold new recipes. Here are two new cookbooks that celebrate heritage, invention and good times.   Curried by Cariema Isaacs The humble, versatile curry has been a beloved mainstay...