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Judaskus | Crime & Thriller
Rudie van Rensburg

 Human bones are found at a landfill site, and detective Kassie Kasselman has to take a years-old murder case from the top. Soon the murders are coming thick and fast. Kassie’s attention is spread th

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Wonderboom | Fiction
Lien Botha

Tyrant Albino X is in power in the Western Cape and rules from his Vergelegen throne. Magriet Vos needs to escape his clutches, as well as her own memory loss. In the postapocalyptic South Africa of the near

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Split | Fiction
Debbie Loots

South Africa in the 70s and 80s. Vera’s family keeps moving, Pietersburg – Randfontein – Durban, and back again, always hunting elusive new chances. Her marriage is falling apart and her daugh

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Atropos | Poetry & Poetry Anthologies
Hendrik J Botha

Like the thread of life held in the hands of Zeus’s daughter Atropos, this debut poetry collection spans poems about childhood memories to romantic experiences and the medical profession, and ends where t

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Openbaring | Travel & Holiday Guides: General
Johan Bakkes

C. Johan Bakkes and his fellow adventurers embark on journeys to the coldest and warmest places on earth still inhabited by man. Heeding the warning expressed in Revelations 3:15-16, that a “lukewarm&rdqu

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Verlorenkop | General Fiction
Celesté Fritze

Jo has always been fleeing something: her family and the farm; the country’s politics; her own sexuality. Her expat life in the USA limps on after the death of her young son, but when her husband also die

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Pirana | General Fiction
Rudie van Rensburg

When Kassie Kasselman starts investigating a missing ex-colleague, it’s quickly clear that more is going on than a simple drug-related disappearance. From the Cape ganglands to Kruger’s rhino poache

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Rudie van Rensburg

Rudie van Rensburg was born in Bloemfontein in 1951 and now lives in Cape Town. He started his career in journalism, among others as editor of Die Ekonoom,

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