Cover reveal! Changing a Leopard’s Spots – a ‘fantastic, fast-paced adventure and a story of brotherhood’
Changing a Leopard’s Spots, the story of world-renowned wildlife trackers Alex van den Heever and Renias Mhlongo, is out from Pan Macmillan in March!
Based on a true story, Tony Park’s Ghosts of the Past is a novel about love, war, buried treasure, shattered illusions and a quest for justice.
Don’t miss Tony Park discussing his new book, Ghosts of the Past, with Pages and Wine in Sandton (17 Sep)
Join Tony Park at a Pages and Wine event for dinner and a discussion of his new book, Ghosts of the Park.
Join Tony Park for lunch at the Rand Club to discuss his new book, Ghosts of the Past.
‘Dogs are now involved in about 90% of all arrests of poachers’ – Tony Park chats about his new novel, Scent of Fear
Set in Africa, Scent of Fear is an action-packed thriller that looks at the world of tracker dogs and their handlers employed in the war against poaching on the continent.
Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to meet Tony Park at the launch of his new novel, Scent of Fear.
Pan Macmillan and Bargain Books invite you to meet Tony Park at the launch of his new novel, Scent of Fear.
The Friday Night Book Club: Read an excerpt from Tony Park’s action-packed new thriller Scent of Fear
The Friday Night Book Club: Exclusive excerpts from Pan Macmillan every weekend!
‘Writing at least one book a year, I have to be disciplined’ – An interview with Tony Park, author of Scent of Fear
Tony Park chatted to Pan Macmillan about his writing process, influences and research for his African themed books, including the upcoming Scent of Fear!
Tony Park’s new novel Scent of Fear releases in South Africa in December and draws on the real life war on poaching for inspiration.
Afghanistan veteran Sean Bourke’s world explodes when an IED device detonates in South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve – in the new Tony Park novel Scent of Fear, out in December from Pan Macmillan.
Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to celebrate the launch of Tony Park’s new book, Captive.