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Onion Tears by Shubnum Khan

Khadeejah Bibi Ballim is a hard-working and stubborn first-generation Indian who longs for her beloved homeland and often questions what she is doing on the tip of Africa. At thirty-seven, her daughter Summaya is struggling to reconcile her South African...

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Onion Tears

Divine Justice by Joanne Hichens

A scorching summer in Cape Town. As fires blaze across the mountain, an evangelist delivers an ominous prophecy, right-wing thugs plot murder and mayhem… and gorgeous Rae Valentine has eyes only for her man, Mullet Mendes. But Rae can’t outrun...

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Divine Justice

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


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