Monthly Archives: December 2016

DOUBLE ECHO – Francois Bloemhof

An Afrikaans writer of huge output, with 24 novels for adults under his belt, Francois Bloemhof’s writing shines even in translation. Or maybe Maya Fowler’s contribution is an enhancement? This is an intriguing play/novel with only half a dozen characters, … Continue reading

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In the SHADOW of the MOUNTAIN – Fergus Smith

More than a thriller, more than a crime story of manipulation and murder, this is a story of men learning how to lead and protect their comrades, while learning to kill other men. And more than that: “The true scale … Continue reading

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NEVER GO ALONE – Denison Hatch

Denison Hatch has done it again. The second in the Jake Rivett Series is as riveting as the first. As breathtaking, as heart-hammering and as page-turning, but there is also the skein of a love story threaded into the fabric … Continue reading

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