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  • Ys – Rudie van Rensburg

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    R260.00

    Net wanneer ’n verveelde kaptein Kassie Kasselman begin wonder of dit ’n goeie idee was om by die nuwe elite-speureenheid van die polisie aan te sluit, word hy en Rooi wel by ’n ondersoek betrek.

  • Yummy, Easy, Quick – Matt Preston

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    R399.00

    Matt Preston spends his waking hours pondering this central dilemma of modern life: we all want to eat delicious home-cooked food every night but none of us have any time.

  • Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance – Robert M Pirsig

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    R230.00

    Acclaimed as one of the most exciting books in the history of American letters, this modern epic became an instant bestseller upon publication in 1974, transforming a generation and continuing to inspire millions.

  • Zephany – Joanne Jowell

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    R260.00

    Zephany Nurse was stolen from her mother’s bedside as a newborn. Without knowing it, she was smuggled into a life very different from the one she might have lived.

  • Zip! – Nataniël

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    R260.00

    Of mens nou een van sy vertonings bywoon of sy skryfwerk lees, Nataniël laat altyd mens se tone krul van lekkerkry. In hierdie bundel is stories wat uit sy meer onlangse vertonings kom, sommige in Engels, maar die meeste in Afrikaans.

  • Zoo City – Lauren Beukes

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    R150.00

    Zinzi has a talent for finding lost things. To save herself, she has to find the hardest thing of all…the truth. Zinzi has a Sloth on her back, a dirty 419 scam habit and a talent for finding lost things. But when a client turns up dead and the cops confiscate her last paycheck, she’s forced to take on her least favourite kind of job – missing persons

  • Zoo Quest: Adventures of a Young Naturalist – Sir David Attenborough

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    R315.00

    Christmas Choice 2017

    In 1954, a young television presenter was offered the opportunity of a lifetime – to travel the world finding rare and elusive animals for London Zoo’s collection, and to film the expeditions for the BBC.

  • Skrik op die Lyf saamgestel Gerda Taljaard en Deborah Steinmar

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    R220.00

    Ongeveer ‘n jaar gelede het die volgende advertensie op Litnet se webwerf verskyn: Is jy woordbegaaf, met ‘n verbeelding soos ‘n vingernael wat oor ‘n swartbord knars? Skryf dan ‘n gru-storie vir ons nuwe bundel… Nou is die stories geskryf, gekeur en gebundel – vars op die rak.

  • In die Blou Kamp — Dana Snyman

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    R228.00

    Dana sê in sy “soort voorwoord” dat hy die stukke wat in dié boek gepubliseer is, aanvanklik vir sy Facebook-blad geskryf het. Hy sê ook dat hy een oorkoepelende maatstaf vir sy Facebook-inskrywings het: hy probeer iets van homself, van hierdie land en van ons verlede aan homself verduidelik en met mense daaroor in gesprek tree.

  • Flood of Fire — Amitav Ghosh

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    R325.00

    This is book three in the Ibis Trilogy, with the previous two being Sea of Poppies and River of Smoke respectively. It is set in 1839 and the events leading up to the First Opium War. With Beijing’s crackdown on opium smuggling the colonial government declares war. Characters that were introduced in previous books are back, along with some new ones.

  • Low Carb is Lekker — Inè Reynierse

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    R220.00

    Perhaps it’s appropriate to end this newsletter with a healthy cookbook. For those who have joined the ranks of the banters, and have worked through the most successful cookbooks: Real Meal Revolution and Low-Carb Living for Families, here is a fabulous new set of really easy-to-cook, sensible, delicious and family-orientated low carb, wheat-free and sugar-free recipes. Wait until you see the puddings!

  • Motive — Jonathan Kellerman

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    R305.00

    I have a long-standing crush on Alex Delaware, Kellerman’s main character in his psychological thrillers. Alex is a child psychologist who also consults for the police; his friend LAPD lieutenant Milo Sturgis. For at least the past twenty years, in my life that is, they have tracked some of the most terrifying serial killers, and Kellerman remains one of those reliable authors