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  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

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    R285.00

    If crime is a genre you enjoy, you may have experienced some frustration trying to find really good crime fiction, where the plot is clever and the characters convincingly portrayed. Well, look no further. The Girl on the Train is up there with Gone Girl, I am Pilgrim and Before I Go to Sleep.

  • Finders Keepers — Stephen King

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    R326.00

    This is the second book in the Detective Bill Hodges trilogy, with the first being Mr Mercedes. The story is about an acclaimed author who writes a one-hit classic and then nothing else for decades. A reader, Morris Bellamy, becomes obsessed with the main character in the book – so much so that he is driven to murder in his need for more ‘material’.

  • Die Again — Tess Gerritsen

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    R285.00

    The celebrated partnership of Boston detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles is back in another gripping, pacy thriller. A renowned game hunter is found strung up in his apartment, along with the remains of a rare snow leopard. Isles connects his murder with a series of seemingly unrelated deaths linked to hunting expeditions, and this trail leads them to the single survivor of a group of tourists on a camping safari in Botswana four years previously.

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    Where We Belong — Catherine Ryan Hyde

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    Fourteen-year-old Angie has worries way beyond her capabilities. Her younger sister Sophie has an autistic disorder that causes her to shriek incessantly, and as a result, Angie, Sophie and their mother are always being evicted from whatever residence they are renting. Then the family moves in with Aunt Vi and across the fence is a huge black Great Dane.

  • Wild: A Journey from Lost to Found — Cheryl Strayed

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    R190.00

    This is an honest, gritty memoir by Strayed describing her grief over the death of her mother, her failure to make healthy decisions and her 1100-mile hike on The Pacific Crest Trail. The trail runs from California, through Oregon and ends on the border of Washington.

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    The Little Old Lady Who Struck Lucky Again — Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg

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    R251.00 R250.00

    We met the delightful Martha Andersson, pensioner and force to be reckoned with, in Ingelman-Sunberg’s The little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules. And this story is just as heart-warming, quirky and hilarious. Martha Andersson and The League of Pensioners decide to leave their dreary care home in Stockholm and visit Las Vegas.

  • Raai hoe lief is ek

    Raai Hoe Lief Is Ek Vir Jou — Sam McBratney

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    R140.00

    Hierdie gewilde kinderboek is al 20 jaar lank in Afrikaans beskikbaar, en die geleentheid word gevier met dié spesiale gedenkuitgawe. Dit is slaaptyd vir Klein Neutbruin Hasie en, as uitsteltaktiek om die ongewenste oomblik te vermy, begin hy vir Groot Neutbruin Haas vertel hoe lief hy vir hom is.

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    The Buried Giant — Kazuo Ishiguro

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    This much-anticipated novel from Ishiguro has caused some debate in literary circles regarding whether or not it falls into the fantasy genre with his use of mythical creatures like ogres and pixies in the story. It’s also a further departure from two previous, yet very different, novels: The Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go.

  • Vermis op Allesverloren — Anchien Troskie

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    R220.00

    Tannie Erta van Tonder het spoorloos verdwyn. Haar susterskind en huismaat, Melinda, roep die hulp van privaatspeurder Barrie in om haar te help opspoor. Op die klein dorpie Allesverloren loop Barrie hom uit die staanspoor vas in kleinlikheid, agterdog en skinderstories.

  • Awful Auntie — David Walliams

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    R205.00

    Aunt Alberta, who is awful, is on a mission to cheat Stella out of her inheritance. Luckily she has Soot, the cockney ghost of a chimney sweep, to help her outwit her aunt. David Walliams’s popularity as a children’s author has grown with every book he writes. His own special brand of mixing humour and eccentricity has been compared to Roald Dahl.

  • True or False by Dorling Kindersley

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    R280.00

    T-Rex was the biggest dinosaur – true or false? A cockroach can live for three days without its head – true or false? DK know just how to make learning appeal! This fact-packed book is laid out with easy-to-read information and great illustrations – and the whole family can enjoy the myth-busting questions around popular assumptions.

  • Make Your Own Skeleton — Dorling Kindersley

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    R310.00

    Build a 60cm model human skeleton by following the easy step-by-step guide and learn as you build. Examine joints and see how broken bones heal, discover tendons, and see how your muscles and bones work together to get you moving.