From retired general Johan Jooste and bestselling author Tony Park comes a brutal account of the realities of the war against rhino poaching.
In celebration of Women’s Month, take part in our August book quiz and stand a chance to win one of three R500 Exclusive Books vouchers.
‘The House of Fortune’: Jessie Burton has finally written the sequel to her bestselling novel, The Miniaturist.
‘The People on Platform 5’: Here’s to another feel-good novel from Clare Pooley, author of the bestselling ‘The Authenticity Project’.
Bestselling author Janice Hallett has the book world buzzing with her new murder mystery, which has a special way of involving the reader.
In ‘Finding Me’, the star of the hit series ‘How to Get Away With Murder’, Viola Davis, chronicles her past and battle with self-acceptance.
Bestselling author of the ‘Seven Sisters’ series, Lucinda Riley’s legacy lives on in the posthumous release of a never-before-seen novel.
In celebration of Mandela Month, take part in our book quiz and stand the chance to win one of three R500 Exclusive Books vouchers.
In her exciting debut, ‘Trespasses’, Louise Kennedy draws readers into living and loving amid the violence of Northern Ireland’s Troubles.
‘Yinka, Where is Your Huzband?’ explores the weight of family expectations, peer pressure and colourism on young women.
Ntsika Kota has inked himself into the history books as the first Eswatini author to win the Global Commonwealth Short Story Prize.
Dr Seuss’s beloved ‘The Cat in the Hat’ is a children’s literature classic that has stood the test of time.
Hollywood star Channing Tatum sparkles once again again with his second children’s book, ‘Sparkella Makes A Plan’.
Emmy-nominated screenwriter Sascha Rothchild pens a stellar debut novel with a fascinating plot and modern take on murder mysteries.
Timeless Harry Potter: Can the world’s most famous boy wizard entertain a new generation of children and their parents?
In the sequel to children’s book ‘Wanda’, acclaimed author Sihle-isipho Nontshokweni addresses consent and protest.
A British-Tanzanian Nobel-winning writer Abdulrazak Gurnah, has suddenly become famous in his 70s spending his lifetime defying colonialism
Beth O’Leary’s new page-turner novel, ‘The No-Show’, is about three women stood up by the same mysterious man on Valentine’s Day…
A second season for the Netflix series based on Karen McManus’s young adult murder mystery ‘One of Us Is Lying’ is in the works.
In celebration of Youth Month, take our book quiz about children and YA classics…and win a R500 voucher from Exclusive Books.
Niq Mhlongo returns with ‘For You, I’d Steal a Goat’ — another colourful anthology of short stories set in Mzansi.
Malian Yambo Ouologuem, once a huge star of African literature whose career imploded in scandal after he was accused of plagiarism.
Read and reflect: A mythical muse tells her side of the story in award-winning author Madeline Miller’s ‘Galatea’.
New York Times bestselling author of ‘The Guest List’, Lucy Foley, has released a new fabulously French mystery, ‘The Paris Apartment’.
Rofhiwa Maneta elegantly documents his father’s career as a police officer while interrogating violence in SA and exploring fatherhood.