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Don’t miss the launch of North by Frank Owen, the pen name of Diane Awerbuck and Alex Latimer (19 Feb)
Penguin Random House and Kalk Bay Books invite you to the launch of North by Frank Owen, the pen name of Diane Awerbuck and Alex Latimer.
Read Chapter 1 of The Mastermind – the true story of Paul Le Roux, the brilliant international crime boss from Krugersdorp
Read an excerpt from The Mastermind – the incredible true story of Paul Le Roux, the coder from Krugersdorp who became an international crime boss.
Think out of the box this Valentine’s Day and surprise your sweetheart with the hilarious new anthology Love Poems for Married People
Written with brilliant wit, sharp observation and a big dose of reality, Love Poems for Married People takes the poetic form, turns it upside down and leaves it in the dishwasher to dry.
The Mastermind – The extraordinary story of Paul Le Roux from Krugersdorp, who became an international digital-age crime boss
The extraordinary story of Paul Le Roux – one of the world’s most prolific criminals – and the US government’s clandestine efforts to bring him down.
‘Only sons could carry the family name’ – Read an excerpt from Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia’s debut novel The Son of the House
Penguin Random House has shared an excerpt from The Son of the House, the debut novel by Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia.
Zakes Mda’s new novel, The Zulus of New York, will be published by Umuzi in March 2019.
Join Carol Campbell in Somerset West for the launch of her latest novel, The Tortoise Cried its Only Tear (7 March)
Penguin Random House and Exclusive Books Somerset West invite you to the launch of The Tortoise Cried its Only Tear by award-winning author Carol Campbell.
The lives of two Nigerian women change forever – Don’t miss Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia’s debut novel The Son of the House
Kidnapped in Nigeria by a group not unlike Boko Haram, two women, Nwabulu and Julie, relate the stories of the very different lives fate has meted out for them.
Join Carol Campbell in Durban for the launch of her latest novel, The Tortoise Cried its Only Tear (5 March)
Penguin Random House and Exclusive Books Gateway invite you to the launch of The Tortoise Cried its Only Tear by award-winning author Carol Campbell.
Penguin Random House is excited to share the cover for Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments.
Win 1 of 2 hampers containing 2000 Family Meals and 2000 Healthy Meals PLUS a R1000 Woolworths voucher
Penguin Random House is giving away two hampers, each containing copies of 2000 Family Meals and 2000 Healthy Meals, PLUS a R1,000 voucher from Woolworths!
Life has been easy for Maxim, but when tragedy strikes, he inherits his family’s nobility, wealth and estates, and a role he is not ready for. But his biggest challenge is fighting his desire for an enigmatic young woman, Alessia, who’s just arrived in England. Read on for an extract from The Mister, the new novel by author EL James.
Umuzi and The Book Lounge invite you to the launch of The Distance, the latest novel from Ivan Vladislavić.
The Distance – the highly anticipated new novel from Ivan Vladislavić – will be out from Umuzi on 6 February 2019.
Umuzi and Love Books invite you to the launch of The Distance, the latest novel from Ivan Vladislavić.
EL James is to publish her first new novel following the blockbuster global phenomenon and no. 1 worldwide bestselling series Fifty Shades of Grey.
Penguin Random House is proud to bring you some of the best local non-fiction this month – and a chance to win!
James Patterson brings you three pulse-pounding new stories!
‘One of the joys of writing is that you can build bridges between people’ – Carol Campbell talks about her new book, The Tortoise Cried Its Only Tear
Penguin Random House has shared a video interview with award-winning author Carol Campbell, talking about The Tortoise Cried Its Only Tear, her third book on the Karoo.
Don’t miss the launch of Charles Abrahams’s new book Class Action: In Search of a Larger Life at The Book Lounge (13 Feb)
‘A beautifully told, heartfelt story about hunger, sex, identity and legal idealism and creativity. When it ended I wanted more.’ – Albie Sachs