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R 86,00 each

From the Corner of His Eye - Dean Koontz

Bartholomew Lampion was blinded at the age of three, when surgeons reluctantly removed his eyes to save him from a fast-spreading cancer, but although eyeless, Barty regained his sight when he was thirteen. This sudden ascent from a decade of darkness into the glory of light was not brought about by the hands of a holy healer. No celestial trumpets announced the restoration of his vision, just as none had announced his birth. A roller coaster had something to do with his recovery, as did a seagull. And you can't discount the importance of Barty's profound desire to make his mother proud of him before she died. The first time she died was the day Barty was born. January 6, 1965.

Paperback - Condition (2) - Very Good -  646 Pages - Year 2000

R 75,00 each

The Quiet Game - Greg Iles

In Greg Iles's book, the title explains the wall of silence and resistance confronted by Houston prosecutor Penn Cage upon his return to his Mississippi hometown. He has returned to his roots with his young daughter after the agonizing cancer death of his wife. Penn reluctantly takes on a controversial 30-year-old civil rights case involving the bombing death of a black man, a thorny matter which the conservative Old South community would rather forget.

While residents attempt to convince Penn to let sleeping dogs lie and stonewall his push to re-open the Del Payton case, a visit by the victim's family only bolsters Penn's resolve to do something about the situation.

Moreover, Penn's father, Tom, is being blackmailed by a dying jailbird who has a gun tying the older man to a murder, and the sinister demands for more money increase as Tom's health declines. Penn's friends and business associates advise him to leave, but he cannot because of his father's predicament.

The doomed convict plans to take Tom down with him, claiming the murder weapon was a gun borrowed from the physician, that they were partners in the crime. The only solution to end the blackmailing may require Penn to break his strict ethical code.

Meanwhile, the pressure to stop Penn from bringing the Payton case to trial mounts, especially after a press interview given to Caitlin Masters, a newspaper publisher. Once Penn and Caitlin team up, the fireworks start with a host of obstacles thrown between them and the truth including the FBI, a tyrannical judge, the Natchez community, and an old flame with a score to settle. The action reaches a peak in the courtroom, when the resourceful Penn takes on the opposition for a bitter fight in which the truth cannot be denied.

Paperback - Condition (2) - Very Good -  608 Pages - Year 2000

R 55,00 each

Intervention - Robin Cook

Jack's renegade, activist personality can't rest, and after performing a postmortem on a young college student who had recently been treated by a chiropractor, Jack decides to explore alternative medicine. What makes some people step outside the medical establishment to seek care from practitioners of Eastern philosophies and even faith healers?

Paperback - Condition (3) - Good -  387 Pages - Year 2009

R 68,00 each

The Fault in Our Stars - John Green

John Green's witty yet heart-breaking tour de force. The multi-million #1 bestseller, now a major motion picture starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. "I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, then all at once."Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning author John Green's most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.Sunday Times (Culture)'A touching, often fiercely funny novel'The Sun on Sunday (Fabulous Magazine)'So good I think it should be compulsory reading for everyone!'Daily Express'John Green brilliantly captures the voices of a young generation while instilling it with the wisdom of a life that has lived too much yet will never live enough.Rather than depressing, the book is filled with dark humour and is written with a beautiful simplicity that draws the reader in so deeply that it's not just the twist and turns but the gently bends and curves that you feel tugging at your emotions... No doubt in the end you will cry but you will also feel that you have discovered a little something about living'Daily Telegraph'The novel, written for teenagers, but proving even more popular with adults'The Metro - 2013 Best FictionThe YA crossover hit of the year. The love affair of two terminally ill teenagers could be mawkish. In fact, it's funny, clever, irreverent and life-affirming.The Guardian'A Smart Book'Grazia'So good!'Good Housekeeping'John Green may write for young adults, but his intelligent sensitive style means The Fault in Our Starsdefies categorisation... as funny as it is heartbreaking... we defy you not to fall in love with its main characters, Hazel and Augustus.'The Tablet'A humourous and poignant love story... It's terrifically funny... as well as a moving exploration of loss and grief. And no, it's so much not just for teenage cancer sufferers... it's for everyone.'Bliss'If you need inspiration when it comes to making the most of a moment, this one is for you'Mizz'Exploring the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love, this is a life-affirming tale of two teenagers who are terminally ill. Insightful, bold, irreverent and raw, if this doesn't make you cry, it'll definitely make you think, laugh and maybe even fall in love yourself!'** A thought-provoking love story from the New York Times bestselling author of Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns and - with David Levithan - Will Grayson, Will Grayson.** John Green has over 2.3 million Twitter followers, and more than 2.1 million subscribers to Vlogbrothers, the YouTube channel he created with his brother, Hank. ** The Fault in Our Stars will capture a crossover audience in the same vein as Zadie Smith, David Nicholls' One Day and Before I Die by Jenny Downham. ** 'Electric . . . Filled with staccato bursts of humor and tragedy' - Jodi Picoult** 'A novel of life and death and the people caught in between, The Fault in Our Stars is John Green at his best. You laugh, you cry, and then you come back for more' - Markus Zusak, author of The Book ThiefJohn Green is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author whose many accolades include the Printz Medal, a Printz Honor, and the Edgar Award. With his brother, Hank, John is one half of the Vlogbrothers (, one of the most popular online video projects in the world. John lives with his wife and children in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Paperback - Condition (2) - Very good -  316 Pages - Year 2013

R 75,00 each

Dead Run - P.J Tracy

It should have been a simple journey � a drive from Minneapolis to Green Bay, Wisconsin. But a couple of unplanned detours lead Grace MacBride, Annie Belinsky and police Deputy Sharon Mueller deep in the northern woods, far from civilization and a mobile phone signal. Then the car breaks down. The nervous search for a landline and a mechanic leads the women to Four Corners, a sleepy crossroads town. And place they soon wish they�d never stumbled on - because something terrible happened in Four Corners... Filled with the same crackling dialogue, pace and rich vivid characters as Want to Play? and Live Bait, Dead Run firmly establishes PJ Tracy as one of the most exciting thriller writers in the world.

 Paperback - Condition (2) - Very good -  420 Pages - Year 2006 - ex Library

R 75,00 each

Terminal - Robin Cook

Sean Murphy, a young medical student, investigates the incredible success rate at a prestigious Florida medical center and finds an international conspiracy willing to put a price tag on life itself to fund the staggering cost of medical research.

Hardcover - Condition (2) - Very good -  448 Pages - Year 1993 - ex Library

R 110,00 each

Contagion - Robin Cook

From the undisputed master of the medical thriller comes the story of a deadly epidemic spread not merely by microbes but by sinister sabotage—a terrifying cautionary tale for the millennium as the health care giants collide.

After he loses first his Midwestern ophthalmology practice to a for-profit medical giant and then his family to a commuter airline tragedy, Dr. John Stapleton's life is transformed to ashes. Feeling less the golden boy than a jaded cynic, Stapleton retrains in forensic pathology and relocates to find an uneasy niche for himself in a city that suits his changed perspective: the cold, indifferent, concrete maze of New York.

Stapleton thinks he is past pain and past caring, but as a series of virulent and extremely lethal illnesses—capped by a particularly deadly outbreak of a rare strain of influenza—strikes the young, the old, and the innocent, his suspicions are aroused. When the apparent epicentres of these outbreaks are revealed to be hospitals and clinics controlled by the same for-profit giant that cannibalized his old ophthalmology practice, Stapleton fears he has stumbled upon a diabolic conspiracy of catastrophic proportions: Could the for-profit giant be engaged in the systematic elimination of its more costly subscribers?

Getting at the truth leads to Stapleton's unlikely pairing—both professionally and personally—with Terese Hagen, an art director at a hot Madison Avenue advertising firm. Together they discover that the real explanation behind the killer contagions is even more Machiavellian than could be imagined.

Hardcover - Condition (1) - Like New -  434 Pages - Year 1996

R 73,00 each

Brain - Robin Cook

Both of them suspected that something was wrong–terribly wrong–in the great medical research center where they worked. Both of them wondered why a beautiful young woman had died on the operating table and her brain secretly removed. Both of them found it impossible to explain the rash of female patients exhibiting bizarre mental breakdowns and shocking behavior. Both of them were placing their careers and very lives in deadly jeopardy as they penetrated the eerie inner sanctums of a medical world gone mad with technological power and the lust for more…

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  320 Pages - Year 1981 - ex Library

R 62,00 each

Trevayne - Robert Ludlum

Fearless and incorruptible, Andrew Trevayne is a self-made millionaire, former undersecretary of state, and current head of one of the nation’s most prestigious foundations. Now, at the express wish of the president, Trevayne undertakes an investigation into the “secret government”—and is soon swept up in a tidal wave of intrigue and danger. Beyond the corridors of official power he discovers a nightmare maze where billionaires mingle with Mafia dons, where sinister forces are poised to enact a chilling conspiracy, where Congress and even the presidency itself can be bought and sold, where survival hinges on a hair trigger. In this world, a man like Trevayne can easily become a pawn, an enemy—or a king.

R 48,00 each

Siren Song - Lesley Stone

She had known success before - on the screen where her dazzling image captivated millions, and through her family's fabulous wealth. She is Lorraine Floderus, new to the cutthroat corporate world, a woman daring to brave the scorn of her associates, the fury of her competitors, and even bankruptcy itself to save her father's failing perfume empire. Her last hope is a new fragrance, one she hopes will bring the world to its knees and the man she loves to her side.

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  416 Pages - Year 1986

R 75,00 each

The Family - Anita Burgh

A story about a woman in love, a woman who suspects her husband's love may be shared with another, a woman who, over the years, has been moulded into something she is not. But when calamity strikes, turning her world upside down, Jillian proves to herself and others just what a remarkable woman she actually is.

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  536 Pages - Year 2000

R 75,00 each

The Land is Bright - Elizabeth Murphy

Life changes for the Palin children when Mam dies, and it's up to twelve-year-old Sally to try and take her place. Sally lavishes all her hopes and dreams on her baby sister Emily, determined that she'll leave the mean streets of their Liverpool home and enjoy a better life. When Emily is sent to live with rich relatives, it seems like her wish has come true, but the chance is bittersweet.

Sally and her family may face poverty and hardship in Liverpool, but the warmth and love shared will help them overcome whatever the world has to throw at them; Emily, however, wanting for nothing, might find out that happiness is harder to find...

Full of authentic details of Liverpool life at the turn of the century, The Land is Bright is a totally absorbing saga perfect for fans of Katie Flynn and Helen Forrester.

'A family saga you just won't be able to put down' Prima

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  512 Pages - Year 1989 - ex Library

R 75,00 each

Gone with the Wind - Margaret Mitchell

Tomorrow is another day . . .

Set against the dramatic backdrop of the American Civil War, Margaret Mitchell's magnificent historical epic is an unforgettable tale of love and loss, of a nation mortally divided and a people forever changed. Above all, it is the story of beautiful, ruthless Scarlett O'Hara and the dashing soldier of fortune, Rhett Butler.

Since its first publication in 1936, Gone With The Wind has endured as a story for all our times.

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  1024 Pages - Year 1974

R 75,00 each

Trail to Glory - Marilyn Meredith

Based on the author's family stories, three generations of dauntless women follow their hearts across the western plains. 1858 - Mary, the gentle eastern schoolteacher, loses her heart to a handsome trapper. They overcome the hardships of frontier life in Wisconsin to establish a family dynasty.

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  494 Pages - Year 1992

R 47,00 each

Three Women - Brenda Clarke

Elizabeth, at the ace of fourteen, was always the strong one in the family. She saw no reason not to speak her mind when the occasion demanded and was quite prepared to take on her rich uncle Joe when she believed he was exploiting her older sister Mary at his chocolate factory in Bristol. Mary was always plain, put-upon and accident-prone. It was Helen their cousin, who seemed to have everything - money, beauty, marriage to her childhood sweetheart... The passage of two world wars would visit very different fortunes on these three women, but Elizabeth's fierce independence always ensured survival, at any cost.

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  448 Pages - Year 1990

R 58,00 each

Temptations - Una-Mary Parker

Only time will tell if they can resist temptations... Three fabulous women face a confrontation with the past, an impossible ultimatum and some brutal business - will they rise above temptation? ...

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  512 Pages - Year 1990

R 50,00 each

The Last Princess - Cynthia Freeman

Lily is the ultimate poor little rich girl, abandoned by her parents and sent to the best Swiss boarding school money could buy. Her parents have a society wedding in mind for her but then Lily meets Harry Kohle, an ambitious young writer.

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  432 Pages - Year 1990

R 45,00 each

Goodbye Hamilton - Catherine Cookson

Maisie's quirky nature has helped her survive a painful childhood and miserable marriage. Now, free to be herself, she has found true love, and become a bestselling author with a book about Hamilton, the horse her imagination conjured for solace through the long years of an unhappy marriage. Living in London with her new husband, Nardy, her life seems perfect. But Maisie cannot know that the bitter hatred of someone in her past will lead to terrible heartache...

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  299 Pages - Year 1984

R 55,00 each

Grand Affair - Charlotte Bingham

Ottilie Cartaret is born in London into a family of boys dominated by their genial mother, Ma O'Flaherty. For the first four years of her life, all Ottilie knows is love until, that is, the erring father of the boys, the ever absent Mr O'Flaherty, sends enough money from America for the O'Flahertys to move to what Ma imagines will be rural bliss in Cornwall. True, St Elcomb is by the sea and in 1950s Britain is certainly rural but, for the O'Flahertys, it is not bliss. Never mind their poverty or the damp cottage which Ma has bought for them, the enmity of the local people is what proves insuperable. The family unit having been destroyed by Ma's death, Ottilie is adopted by Mr and Mrs Cartaret, a wealthy couple who run the Grand Hotel in St Elcomb.

It is to these palatial surroundings that Ottilie is removed, away from her brothers and everything which she loves. Here she becomes pampered and spoilt, not just by her adopted parents but by all the visitors to the hotel, with the exception of their mysterious annual guest whom Ottilie nicknames 'GREY LADY'. Times however are changing and not just for Ottilie but for the hotel too, and as the regulars to the now decaying hotel die off, the Cartarets find they are unable to adapt to modern ways. That Ottilie becomes their greatest asset and they live to rejoice in the day they adopted her is undoubted, but that Ottilie perhaps sacrifices too much herself to save the Grand is something she soon comes to realize...

 Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  478 Pages - Year 1997 

R 65,00 each

The Doctor Makes a Choice - Elizabeth Seifert

Dr Jock Askew returned to St Louis reluctantly. He did not want to leave Anna, his young wife, or his psychiatric clinic in California for even a short time. And he did not believe his visit would comfort his seriously ill father. Reactionary, hot tempered Dr Jim, the autocratic head of Brownlee Memorial Hospital, had never forgiven Jock for demanding reforms in hospital and medical procedure. Jock himself could not forgive his parents' rejection of Anna. Instead they gave their loyalty to Iris, who long ago had divorced Jock to marry another man. Iris was now a widow and had lost none of her spectacular silver-blond beauty.

Hardcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  288 Pages - Year 1979 - ex Library

R 85,00 each

A Time to Die - Wilbur Smith

Sean Courtney, ex-guerilla fighter in the Bush War, is now a man of peace, leading hunting safaris in Zimbabwe for wealthy men. His current client is Riccardo Monterro, a strong-headed man whose beautiful, strong-minded daughter Claudia has reluctantly accompanied him on the search for the greatest of all trophies: the old bull elephant Tukutela.

But the elephant, and Riccardo's obsession, will lead them over the border into a Mozambique still devastated by civil war. What began as a rich man's holiday will become a desperate battle for survival – and Sean must help them escape the most dangerous predator of all: Man.

A Courtney Series adventure – Book 4 in The Burning Shore sequence.

Hardcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  461 Pages - Year 1989

R 35,00 each

A Case of Need - Michael Crichton

Was it murder? Was it horribly botched surgery - accidental malpractice? Was someone in the great Boston medical centre -violating the Hippocratic oath? No one knows exactly. . . Only one doctor is willing to push his way through the mysterious maze of hidden medical data and shocking secrets to learn the truth. This explosive medical thriller is vintage Michael Crichton - with the breathtaking blend of riveting suspense and authentic medical detail that has made him one of today's most fascinating writers.

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  408 Pages - Year 1995 - ex Library - Back cover torn

R 65,00 each

The Land of Our Dreams - Nancy Livingston

The sequel to "The Far Side of the Hill". In December 1912 the McKie department store glows with festive Paisley colours as the family prepares for Christmas. Jane yearns for a stage career and is heartsick with calf love for her cousin Luke, who is studying to be a doctor. But soon will come war.

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  384 Pages - Year 1989 - ex Library

R 80,00 each

Show of Evil - William Diehl

This energetic sequel to Diehl's Primal Fear casts the principals of the original in clever role reversals and features enough plot twists, violence and romance to jumpstart a zombie's pulse. Ten years after he won a split-personality defense for angelic-looking serial killer Aaron Stampler, flashy defense attorney Martin Vail, once the bane of Chicago's City Hall, is an A.D.A., while his former antagonist, D.A. Jane Venable, has joined corporate ranks as a leverager of buyouts. Stampler himself is poised for release from Daisyland, Illinois' maximum-security mental institution. At a political fete, Vail and Venable meet for the first time since the trial, and romantic sparks fly. After a twist of fate catapults Vail into the D.A.'s chair, however, the two find themselves on opposite sides of the bar as Venable is maneuvered into defending a long-abused secretary accused of killing her boss.

Meanwhile, two survivors of Stampler's murder spree turn up mutilated and ritually marked in the same way as his earlier victims. A visit to Daisyland confirms that the serial killer is still locked up, apparently with no outside contact. Even so, Vail has Stampler watched closely: but the judge who presided at his trial is slaughtered, and Venable barely survives an attack. Few readers will fail to catch on before Vail's team does, but no matter:

Hardcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  480 Pages - Year 1995 - ex Library

R 70,00 each

Eye Of The Needle - Ken Follet

The worldwide phenomenon from the bestselling author of The Pillars of the Earth, World Without End, and A Column of Fire

His code name was “The Needle.” He was a German aristocrat of extraordinary intelligence—a master spy with a legacy of violence in his blood, and the object of the most desperate manhunt in history. . . .

But his fate lay in the hands of a young and vulnerable English woman, whose loyalty, if swayed, would assure his freedom—and win the war for the Nazis. . . .

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  322 Pages - Year 1987 - ex Library

R 85,00 each

Godplayer - Robin Cook

From the consummate master of techno-horror comes a spellbinding novel of medicine gone mad.

It starts as the marriage of true minds—two gifted young physicians burning with the will to heal, soul mates as well as lovers. From that first moment in the medical centre when pathology resident Cassandra Cassidy meets brilliant cardiac surgeon Thomas Kingsley, she knows they are meant to be together. Forced by a deteriorating eye condition to switch from her chosen field to psychiatry, Cassandra needs the support and approval the charismatic doctor so passionately offers; and Thomas, privileged only child of banker-industrialist, finds in the beautiful and vulnerable girl the boundless devotion he so desperately requires.

But as Thomas continues his meteoric rise, what should have been fairy-tale happiness begins to disintegrate. Saintly to an adoring public, Thomas is something other to the woman who loves him—an erratic and hostile stranger whose inexplicable rages and bizarre behaviour are increasingly disturbing.

As the solidity of Cassandra's marriage begins to crumble, the dependable security of the hospital world around her seems equally menaced: Cassandra is convinced that someone is killing terminal patients—someone who holds the power of life and death in his hands and who wields it like the angel of death.

Against her husband's furious objections, Cassandra takes it upon herself to stop the killings even as she fights to save her marriage. Only after she stumbles onto a terrifying discovery is she forced to realize that her dreams have metamorphosed into nightmares and that her search for the truth has opened the floodgates of unimaginable horror.

Godplayer is a chilling confrontation of personalities in a hospital setting where the innocent too easily become the victims—and a powerful indictment of medicine's tragic inability to police itself.

Hardcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  368 Pages - Year 1983

R 85,00 each

The Revenge - Shirley Conran

Two music-hall dancers, Mimi and Betsy, meet in 1900 and become close friends. Mimi marries into a famous British theatrical family, while Betsy travels to stardom in Hollywood. After 70 years trying to destroy each other, something unexpected happens which might end the feud forever.

Hardcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  408 Pages - Year 1995

R 90,00 each

Fingerprints Of The Gods: A Quest for the Beginning and the End - Graham Hancock

The author of the best-selling The Sign and the Seal takes readers along on a quest for proof of the existence of an ancient advanced civilization--not Atlantis--that predates Egyptian, Hittite, and Chinese cultures. An irresistible mixture of historical detective work, hard science, and recent discoveries in ancient places.Black-and-white photographs.

Softcover - Condition (2) - Very Good -  624 Pages - Year 1996

R 65,00 each

The Best People - Helen van Slyke

For James Cromwell and his wife the move to a very desirable address was to provoke near-disaster, both at home and at work. For behind the conservative facade of 617 Park Avenue was a hotbed of intrigue, racial hatred, lies and suffering...

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  255 Pages - Year 1977

R 65,00 each

The Mixed Blessing - Helen van Slyke

For the millions of readers who thrilled to THE HEART LISTENS here is its dazzling sequel. THE HEART LISTENS was the rich, sweeping saga of a gallant and glamorous woman, whose joys, sorrows and crises you shared… THE MIXED BLESSING is the story of beautiful young Toni Jenkins, the remarkable granddaughter of Elizabeth Quigley, the heroine of THE HEART LISTENS…a woman torn between her passion for the one man she desperately loved and loyalty to her family. Here is a novel that asks the most agonizing question that any woman will ever be called upon to answer.

Softcover - Condition (3) - Good -  382 Pages - Year 1977

R 80,00 each

Horn of Africa - Philip Caputo

When Vietnam veteran and foreign correspondent Charlie Gage is recruited by the shadowy Thomas Colfax to assist with something called Operation Atropos, he has no idea he is about to be enlisted for guerilla warfare in northeast Africa. Once he realizes he’s a mercenary, however, he is not at all concerned. Ever since his young secretary was killed by a grenade at their bureau office in Beirut a couple of years before, he has lost all volition. Which is why he so readily capitulates not only to Colfax, but also, and more dangerously so, to every command of Jeremy Nordstrand, the mystical megalomaniac determined to achieve greatness on their seemingly suicidal mission. Set in the forsaken yet exotic deserts of Ethiopia, Horn of Africa is a vividly detailed and masterfully plotted novel chronicling a broken man’s struggle for salvation and inner freedom in the midst of a broken nation’s fight for stability and peace.

By the author of A Rumour of War

Softcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  487 Pages - Year 1980

R 80,00 each

Hold Tight - Harlan Coban

Number One bestselling author Harlan Coben has become an unstoppable force in crime fiction. His novel THE WOODS was a SUNDAY TIMES top 2 bestseller and grew his audience by an impressive 20%. This is a page-turner about just how far parents will go to protect their kids. Tia and Mike Baye never imagined they'd become the type of overprotective parents who spy on their kids. But their sixteen-year-old son Adam has been unusually distant lately, and after the suicide of his classmate Spencer Hill-the latest in a string of issues at school-they can't help but worry. They install a sophisticated spy program on Adam's computer, and within days they are jolted by a message from an unknown correspondent addressed to their son: "Just stay quiet and all safe." Meanwhile, browsing through an online memorial for Spencer put together by his classmates, Betsy Hill is struck by a photo that appears to have been taken on the night of her son's death¿and he wasn't alone. She thinks it is Adam Baye standing just outside the camera's range, but when Adam goes missing, it soon becomes clear that something deep and sinister has infected their community. For Tia and Mike Baye, the question they must answer is this: When it comes to your kids, is it possible to know too much?

Softcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  416 Pages - Year 2008

R 85,00 each

Raise the Titanic! - Clive Cussler

The President's secret task force has developed an unprecedented defensive weapon that relies on an extremely rare radioactive element--and Dirk Pitt has followed a twisted trail to a secret cache of the substance. Now, racing against brutal storms, Soviet spies, and a ticking clock, Pitt begins his most thrilling mission--to raise from its watery grave the shipwreck of the century...

Softcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  316 Pages - Year 2004

R 85,00 each

The Revenge Of Mimi Quinn - Shirley Conran

Thirteen-year-old Mimi Quinn is on her way to London to fulfil her mother's ambition for her to become a domestic servant. Then she meets a group of music-hall players and her life takes a different course. As one of Jolly Joe's troupe, Mimi's dark treacly voice wins acclaim. But a terrible accident wrecks her ambitions and a dreadful feud between two famous acting families threatens to ruin everything. A gripping story of the difficulties of forgiveness . . . and the dangers of revenge.

Hardcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  550 Pages - Year 1998

R 85,00 each

The Great Train Robbery + The Andromeda strain - Michael Crichton

Two books in one

Softcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  575 Pages - Year 2002

R 85,00 each

The Apocalypse Watch - Robert Ludlum

American agent Harry Latham has penetrated the fortresslike mountain hideaway of the Brotherhood of the Watch, a neo-Nazi organization that was born in the days after the fall of the Third Reich. But on the eve of his most spectacular success, after three years in deep cover, Harry disappears.

Drew Latham, Special Officer for Consular Operations in Paris, is frantic to discover his older brother’s fate. But when Drew receives the good news that Harry has surfaced, gut-twisting doubts arise. For Harry has emerged with an explosive document: a list of secret supporters of the Brotherhood, among them high-ranking officials of the United States and its allies. But is it legitimate? The search for the truth about Harry and the growing Nazi threat will plunge Drew into a labyrinth of deceit and death. And whoever makes it out alive will hold the fate of the free world in his hands.

Hardcover - Condition (2)-Very Good -  645 Pages - Year 1995 - ex Library


R 70,00 each

Margot Fonteyn - Autobiography

England's great prima ballerina spotlights the many worlds of her life and career, with special emphases on her work as an internationally acclaimed dancer, her marriage with Panamanian diplomat Roberto Arias, and her relationship with Nureyev and other notables

 Hardcover - Condition (2) -Very Good -  284 Pages - Year 1975



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