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Book Reviews

‘Uncrowned Monarch of the Namib – Welwitschia mirabilis’ to be launched at Kirstenbosch

The beautifully illustrated book  ‘Uncrowned Monarch of the Namib – Welwitschia mirabilis’ will be officially launched at the Welwitschia Show taking place at Kirstenbosch from 19 to 21 July 2013. The book is written and researched by renowned horticulturist Ernst vanRead more

 
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Reviews of Count to Ten by Sheila Mary Taylor (aka Sheila Belshaw)

This book, since its publication in December 2011 as both a paperback and an e-book, has been in and out of the Amazon Kindle top one hundred best-seller rankings in its category. Readers in all walks of life, notRead more

 
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The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

  The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh  The language of flowers is a Victorian concept but used here by a thoroughly modern Victoria. She was abandoned as a baby and has been in and out of foster homesRead more

 
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The Bed Book – edited by Joanne Hichens

  A collection of short stories by women of Africa. I’m not usually a fan of short stories but some of these blew me away. They all somehow connect with beds but in as many different ways as thereRead more

 
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Other People’s Money by Justin Cartwright

  Cartwright looks at the recent economic crash through the lives of the Trevelyan-Tubals –owners and managers of a prestigious private bank now in trouble because they fell for the hype about hedge funds. While they try to coverRead more

 
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On Canaan’s Side by Sebastian Barry

  Barry writes like an Irish angel. His language is vivid interesting but these characters are not dull and nor are their stories. We are drawn immediately into the life of Lily Bere, 89 years old, who has justRead more

 
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