August 2021

Extract: One Fine Day by Irna van Zyl

This entry was posted on 30 August 2021.

Kristien Liebenberg’s worst fear has come true: her lover has vanished. A fast-paced thriller from the author of Blood Stone.

 

“KRISTIEN LIEBENBERG MADE HER WAY from dining room to kitchen to lounge, then backtracked before ending up again in the centre of the lounge to check her watch for the umpteenth time in minutes.

It was three o’clock in the morning, and still no sign of Louw.

Jamie Oliver Talks About His Brand New Cookbook, Together

This entry was posted on 25 August 2021.

Together  takes the stress out of cooking by teaching you hacks to get organised and get ahead. Inspirational but practical, Together  is about comfort, celebration, creating new memories and, above all, the sharing of mouth-watering food. In this interview with Jamie, he speaks about family, off the cuff hosting and his favourite chapter from Together.

 

One minute with… Imraan Coovadia

This entry was posted on 25 August 2021.

The Poisoners is a history of four devastating chapters in the making of the region, seen through the disturbing use of toxins and accusations of poisoning circulated by soldiers, spies, and politicians in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Author Imraan Coovadia chatted to The Penguin Post about the book, reality versus fiction and the evil that men do.

 

Q&A with A Line to Kill author, Anthony Horowitz

This entry was posted on 24 August 2021.

Anthony Horowitz is the author of the bestselling Magpie Murders and The Word is Murder. His latest mystery, A Line to Kill, is the twisty turny third novel in his acclaimed Hawthorne and Horowitz series. He chatted with The Penguin Post about writing himself into his Hawthorne series, his favourite mystery authors and Jaffa Cakes.

 

PP. What sparked the idea of Alderney and its controversial power line?

Q&A with A Line to Kill author, Anthony Horowitz

This entry was posted on 24 August 2021.

Anthony Horowitz is the author of the bestselling Magpie Murders and The Word is Murder. His latest mystery, A Line to Kill, is the twisty turny third novel in his acclaimed Hawthorne and Horowitz series. He chatted with The Penguin Post about writing himself into his Hawthorne series, his favourite mystery authors and Jaffa Cakes.

 

PP. What sparked the idea of Alderney and its controversial power line?

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