by Pieter-Louis Myburgh
The DM’s own P-LM storms to the top of the list with his exposé on the joker in the ANC’s “Top Six” deck, a certain fellow called Ace. His book is (still) the runaway No. 1.
by Lucinda Riley
When she’s not writing Seven Sister books, Riley produces “absorbing family sagas set in glamorous locations” (Daily Mail). Here, Posy Montague is confronted by an agonising decision – and a face from her past.
by EL James
Just who is Alessia Demachi? Can Maxim Trevelyan protect her from the malevolence that threatens her? Does this malevolence include vanilla BDSM? Maybe she likes the malevolence? Only those who read this book will truly know.
by Wilbur Smith
Smith’s two dynasties, the Courtneys and the Ballantynes, meet again in this sequel to The Triumph of the Sun. The plot involves places like Abyssinia, women named Saffron and men named Ryder. You get the idea.
by TJ Strydom
When one of South Africa’s richest men encountered a certain furniture group called Steinhoff, things went, erm, awry. Strydom’s book tells Wiese’s story from a sympathetic perspective. (Eng & Afr Editions)
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