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Fiction Fiction Friday | 'Soul Sisters' by Lesley Lokko ‘Poor little thing,’ she said in Shona. ‘So young. All that way. And when will she come back?’
Fiction Raising financially savvy children — new book for kids shines a light ... Knowledge is power, as the saying goes, and this is particularly true when it comes to financial wellbeing.
Fiction 'Still Life' goes on post-war as art and friendship heal wounds 'Still Life' is utterly delightful – gentle, imaginative, funny, a praise poem to love, brilliantly constructed and a true pleasure from start to finish.
Fiction Extract | ‘Blood Trail’ by Tony Park ‘You knew there were criminals here on the reserve and you let my daughter and me continue on a bloody game drive?’
Fiction 'Sparks Like Stars': Afghan woman returns home to confront events ... US-based Nadia Hashimi's parents left Afghanistan in the 1970s, but her ties to that country, now in a yet another round of turmoil, are deep, and she draws heavily on them in ...
Fiction Oppression to emancipation: British-Indian author launches gripping ... A modern visionary and one of the newest authors of British-Indian heritage, Chishti has written a deeply emotional and raw story, poignantly telling the shared experience of ...
Fiction 'You Strike a Woman, You Strike a Rock / Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ ... You Strike a Woman, You Strike a Rock / Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ Imbokotho is a bristling example of protest theatre-making during the height of apartheid.
Fiction Love advice for the starry-eyed from the ‘High Priestess of ... 'Horoscope Hotties' provides invaluable insight into the inner workings of every star sign and how to turn them on (and off again, if necessary).
Fiction Fiction Friday | ‘Facets of Death’ by Michael Stanley Should they be stopped for smuggling the hides across the border, a healthy bribe should see them on their way, but he kept their weapons available in case.
Fiction Fred Khumalo's 'Coat of Many Colours' paints a picture of ... 'A Coat of Many Colours' is a collection of nine stories, ranging from horrific tales of revenge to an Aesop-like fable about gullibility.
Fiction Poetry to honour Africa’s ancestral women Each poem in this collection reflects the lives of most, if not all women, womyn and womxn — particularly those born black and poor by design in a post-slavery, post-colonial ...
Fiction A tale of crossing boundaries and treachery Liyah and Rick are complete opposites, indomitable forces that collide — yet they are about to change each other’s lives.
Fiction Fiction Friday | ‘The End of Men’ by Christina Sweeney-Baird This is a man whose body has been ravaged by something, but we don’t know what yet.
Fiction Fiona Snyckers’ hilarious novel opens the gates on a world of private ... 'Told with Snyckers’ usual razor-sharp wit, this book is poignant and hilarious.'
Fiction Graham Norton takes a break from funny to pen a charming novel Graham Norton is best known as the lively and urbane host of his TV show, but he is also a writer.
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