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Blue Rivers by Douglas Reid Skinner

Blue Rivers is Douglas Reid Skinner’s fifth collection. The poems cover a wide range of subjects, from love, childhood and the death of parents to fellow writers, catastrophe and the nature of memory, illness, time, loneliness, language, thought and meaning....

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Blue Rivers

Other Signs by Ingrid de Kok

Ingrid de Kok is one of South Africa’s leading contemporary poets in English. Other Signs, her fifth volume, brings her lyric gift to a new level of quiet intensity as she looks backwards and forwards across the self’s endeavour, to...

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Other Signs

Nineveh by Henrietta Rose-Innes

There’s an out-of-control swarm of insects hampering the completion of Nineveh, a luxury estate outside Cape Town. When Katya Grubbs, proprietor of Painless Pest Relocations, is called in, she discovers far more to exorcise than the mysterious infestation. Her own...

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Nineveh

Worst Case by Jassy Mackenzie

P.I. Jade de Jong’s holiday becomes a nightmare when a dive instructor at the scuba resort is found brutally stabbed to death. The only clue is a cryptic postcard in her room. Jade and her estranged lover David Patel put...

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Worst Case

Children of the Sands by Pieter Scholtz

Children of the Sands is a tale about the Kalahari desert, the Kgalagadi, and about the creatures who inhabit it, especially one little meerkat named Twinkle. The tale revolves around two young people, Lindiwe and Rudi and their battle for...

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Children of Sands


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