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The Sound Of The Hours (Paperback): Karen Campbell The Sound Of The Hours (Paperback)
Karen Campbell 1
R265 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R53 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

'Moving, complex, romantic, and beautifully written, Karen Campbell's saga ... is a triumph' Allan Massie, Scotsman Divided by loyalties, brought together by war September, 1943. Tuscany, Italy. In the hilltop town of Barga, everyone holds their breath. Even the bells fall silent. Everything Vittoria Guidi knows and loves is at risk. German troops occupy the mountains around her home, as America's Buffalo Soldiers prepare to invade. As Vittoria's country is torn in two, so is her conscience. Should she side with her Scots-Italian father or her Fascist mother? Should she do what she is told - or what she believes in? Frank Chapel, a young, black American soldier fighting with the Buffalo soldiers for a country that refuses him the vote, is unlike anyone Vittoria has ever met. In the chaos, they find each other - but can their growing love overcome prejudice and war?

Me Bandy, You Cissie (Paperback): Donald Jack Me Bandy, You Cissie (Paperback)
Donald Jack 1
R251 Discovery Miles 2 510 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Peace has broken out and World War I flying ace and all-round chancer Bartholomew Bandy isn't exactly making a success of being a commercial pilot in the USA. But when a job lot of aircraft bits purchased with the last of his pay turns out to be a complete Vickers Vimy bomber, he feels his luck has changed. With the help of his very tall, very sweet girlfriend Cissie, and the hindrance of his very short, very bad and beautiful girlfriend Dasha, Bart smashes (literally) straight into the exciting new world of the movies. Not an ideal career for someone whose face, as he says himself, resembles that of a Tibetan yak, but then absolutely nothing about Bart is ideal. With the blackest of black comedy and seat-of-the pants escapades, Donald Jack's series about a young pilot is uniquely funny and compelling. What people are saying about The Bandy Papers: "Reading can lead to involuntary bursts of loud laughter." "Very descriptive, full of air combats and written with a fine eye for period detail . . . there is quite simply no finer book of its kind. Highly recommended." "It is clear that Bandy likely should've been killed several times, but very likely the Grim Reaper was laughing too hard to hold his scythe straight . . ." "Hysterically funny! . . . each book is another installment in the continuing saga of a Canadian and his adventures in war, the world, and women." "I have yet to find another author with the wit and humor of Donald Jack." Editorial reviews: "I enjoyed every word . . . terrifically funny." P.G. Wodehouse "Jack does more than play it for laughs . . . The mingling of humor and horror is like a clown tap-dancing on a coffin, but Jack is skillful enough to get away with it." Time Magazine "Funny. Very. Donald Jack has as light a touch with this fragile art as his hero has on throttle of a Sopwith Camel. Excessive corn is avoided in favour of wit and a delight in life." New York Times "Bartholomew Bandy is the most remarkable hero (or anti-hero) since Harold Lloyd impersonated the Freshman." Chicago Tribune "To know Bandy is to love him . . . you tend to gallop through and come hurtling out at the end panting for more." The Sunday Sun "For those to whom Bandy is a newcomer, what a treat is in store." Toronto Star

This One's on Me (Paperback): Donald Jack This One's on Me (Paperback)
Donald Jack 1
R274 Discovery Miles 2 740 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

On the run, ex-fighter pilot Bart Bandy finds his life starting to unravel. Flying to Britain in his self-designed amphibious aircraft, Bart makes a forced landing in Reykjavik, is rescued by a beautiful but bossy blonde who takes a shine to him, and finally sinks his precious plane in the drink while saving the life of a novice pilot who has come down in the North Sea. The boy turns out to be the son of a fabulously rich Indian maharajah, whose shopping list features a complete airforce full of pilots and planes. As Bart can barely scrape together fourpence ha'penny for a pint of beer these days, it looks like his luck has turned . . . With the blackest of black comedy and seat-of-the pants escapades, Donald Jack's series about a young pilot is uniquely funny and compelling. What people are saying about The Bandy Papers: "Reading can lead to involuntary bursts of loud laughter." "Very descriptive, full of air combats and written with a fine eye for period detail . . . there is quite simply no finer book of its kind. Highly recommended." "It is clear that Bandy likely should've been killed several times, but very likely the Grim Reaper was laughing too hard to hold his scythe straight . . ." "Hysterically funny! . . . each book is another installment in the continuing saga of a Canadian and his adventures in war, the world, and women." "I have yet to find another author with the wit and humor of Donald Jack." Editorial reviews: "Jack does more than play it for laughs . . . The mingling of humor and horror is like a clown tap-dancing on a coffin, but Jack is skillful enough to get away with it." Time Magazine "Funny. Very. Donald Jack has as light a touch with this fragile art as his hero has on throttle of a Sopwith Camel. Excessive corn is avoided in favour of wit and a delight in life." New York Times "Bartholomew Bandy is the most remarkable hero (or anti-hero) since Harold Lloyd impersonated the Freshman." Chicago Tribune "To know Bandy is to love him . . . you tend to gallop through and come hurtling out at the end panting for more." The Sunday Sun "For those to whom Bandy is a newcomer, what a treat is in store." Toronto Star

Head Hunters - Danny Black Thriller 6 (Paperback): Chris Ryan Head Hunters - Danny Black Thriller 6 (Paperback)
Chris Ryan 1
R195 R142 Discovery Miles 1 420 Save R53 (27%) Ships in 7 - 10 working days

Helmand Province, Afghanistan. The Taliban are on the rise. A top-secret SAS kill team is assassinating high-value targets. It is bloody, violent, relentless work, suitable only for the Regiment's most skilled and ruthless head hunters. Like Danny Black. But when Danny joins the kill team, he learns that Taliban militants are not his only problem. There are elements within the British Army who want to bring the SAS to book. And there are elements within the SAS who have their crosshairs on Danny himself. Framed for a sickening war crime, Danny finds himself hunted in a brutal, dangerous terrain where his wits, training and strength may not be enough to survive. And in a world where his enemies are closer than he could have imagined, he must do whatever it takes to get to the truth. If he fails, it will mean the end not only of Danny Black, but of the SAS itself.

Enemy of the State, Volume 16 (Paperback): Vince Flynn, Kyle Mills Enemy of the State, Volume 16 (Paperback)
Vince Flynn, Kyle Mills
R210 R172 Discovery Miles 1 720 Save R38 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Ambassador's Daughter (Hardcover, Reissue ed.): Pam Jenoff The Ambassador's Daughter (Hardcover, Reissue ed.)
Pam Jenoff
R570 R457 Discovery Miles 4 570 Save R113 (20%) Out of stock
Word of Honor - A Peter Wake Novel (Hardcover): Robert N Macomber Word of Honor - A Peter Wake Novel (Hardcover)
Robert N Macomber
R610 R485 Discovery Miles 4 850 Save R125 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

As part of the award-winning Honor Series of historical naval novels, Word of Honor is the personal memoir of protagonist Peter Wake, a veteran of espionage operations for the Office of Naval Intelligence who also has considerable sea and combat experience. At the beginning of this third book of the Spanish-American War Trilogy, it is three years after the war and Wake is called in to explain his decisions and actions in the Caribbean during the wartime summer of 1898. As he briefs his interrogators, Wake recalls surviving two major land battles and a climatic sea battle near Cuba, then taking command of auxiliary cruiser Dixon, which is manned with regular and reservist officers and men. Wake soon tackles enemy blockade-runners, participates in the invasion of Puerto Rico, encounters future president and war hero Theodore Roosevelt, and pursues an elusive Spanish ocean raider on the loose somewhere in the Caribbean.

Treasure (Paperback, Reissue ed.): Clive Cussler Treasure (Paperback, Reissue ed.)
Clive Cussler
R221 R184 Discovery Miles 1 840 Save R37 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Herself Alone in Orange Rain (Paperback): Tracey Iceton Herself Alone in Orange Rain (Paperback)
Tracey Iceton
R273 R221 Discovery Miles 2 210 Save R52 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Herself Alone in Orange Rain is a search for identity and freedom set against the IRA mainland bombing campaign of the 1970s, as it tells the story of one young woman's fight for freedom and independence, for both her homeland and herself. -- Cyngor Llyfrau Cymru

The Dead, the Dying and the Damned (Paperback): John Hollands The Dead, the Dying and the Damned (Paperback)
John Hollands
R401 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R71 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Hitler's Secret - The Sunday Times bestselling spy thriller (Hardcover): Rory Clements Hitler's Secret - The Sunday Times bestselling spy thriller (Hardcover)
Rory Clements 1
R363 R302 Discovery Miles 3 020 Save R61 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER The most anticipated spy thriller of 2020, from the award-winning author of Corpus. Autumn 1941. The war is going badly for Britain and its allies. If Hitler is to be stopped, a new weapon is desperately needed. In Cambridge, professor Tom Wilde is approached by an American intelligence officer who claims to know of such a weapon - one so secret even Hitler himself isn't aware of its existence. If Wilde can smuggle the package out of Germany, the Third Reich will surely fall. But it is only when he is deep behind enemy lines that Wilde discovers why the Nazis are so desperate to prevent the 'package' falling into Allied hands. And as ruthless killers hunt him through Europe, a treacherous question hangs over the mission: if Hitler's secret will win them the war, why is Wilde convinced it must remain hidden? Dramatic, intelligent, and utterly compelling, Hitler's Secret is the Sunday Times bestselling spy thriller of 2020 from the award-winning author of Corpus and Nucleus - perfect for readers of Robert Harris, C J Sansom and Joseph Kanon. _____________________________ Praise for Rory Clements: 'Political polarisation, mistrust and simmering violence' The Times 'A standout historical novel and spy thriller' Daily Express 'Enjoyable, bloody and brutish' Guardian 'A dramatic, twisty thriller' Daily Mail 'A colourful history lesson . . . exciting narrative twists' Sunday Telegraph

Land of the Living (Paperback): Georgina Harding Land of the Living (Paperback)
Georgina Harding 1
R235 R188 Discovery Miles 1 880 Save R47 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

A SUNDAY TIMES, NEW STATESMAN AND SPECTATOR BOOK OF THE YEAR

'Vivid, illuminating and unbearably tense ... A masterly meditation on trauma, on beauty, on the idea of home and the limits of love' Guardian

Charlie's experiences at the Battle of Kohima and the months he spent lost in the remote jungles of Nagaland during the Second World War are now history. Home and settled on a farm in Norfolk and newly married to Claire, he is one of the lucky survivors. Starting a family and working the land seem the best things a man can be doing.

But a chasm exists between them. Memories flood Charlie's mind; at night, on rain-slicked roads and misty mornings in the fields, the past can feel more real than the present. Though hidden even to himself, the darkest secrets of Charlie's adventures in the strange and shadowy ridges of the Nagaland mountains, his dream-like encounters with the mysterious and ancient tribesmen, leak and bleed through his consciousness. What should be said and what left unsaid? Is it possible to forge a new life in the wake of unfathomable horror?

A beautifully conceived, deftly controlled and delicately wrought meditation on the isolating impact of war, the troubling legacies of colonialism and the inescapable reach of the past, Georgina Harding's haunting, lyrical novel questions the very nature of survival, and what it is that the living owe the dead.

When the Lion Feeds (Paperback): Wilbur Smith When the Lion Feeds (Paperback)
Wilbur Smith
R350 R292 Discovery Miles 2 920 Save R58 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Three Cheers for Me (Paperback): Donald Jack Three Cheers for Me (Paperback)
Donald Jack 1
R245 Discovery Miles 2 450 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"I enjoyed every word . . . terrifically funny." P.G. Wodehouse With his disturbingly horse-like face and a pious distaste for strong drink and bad language, young Bartholomew Bandy doesn't seem cut out for life in the armed services, as we meet him at the start of the First World War. Yet he not only survives the dangers and squalor of the infantry trenches, he positively thrives in the Royal Flying Corps, revealing a surprising aptitude for splitarsing Sopwith Camels and shooting down the Hun. He even manages to get the girl. Through it all he never loses his greatest ability - to open his mouth and put his foot in it. Donald Jack's blackly humorous Bandy memoirs are classics of their kind. Against an unshrinkingly depicted backdrop of war and its horrors, his anti-hero's adventures are both gripping and shockingly funny. What people are saying about The Bandy Papers: "Reading can lead to involuntary bursts of loud laughter." "Very descriptive, full of air combats and written with a fine eye for period detail . . . there is quite simply no finer book of its kind. Highly recommended." "It is clear that Bandy likely should've been killed several times, but very likely the Grim Reaper was laughing too hard to hold his scythe straight . . ." "Hysterically funny! . . . each book is another installment in the continuing saga of a Canadian and his adventures in war, the world, and women." "I have yet to find another author with the wit and humor of Donald Jack." Editorial reviews: "Jack does more than play it for laughs . . . The mingling of humor and horror is like a clown tap-dancing on a coffin, but Jack is skillful enough to get away with it." Time Magazine "Funny. Very. Donald Jack has as light a touch with this fragile art as his hero has on throttle of a Sopwith Camel. Excessive corn is avoided in favour of wit and a delight in life." New York Times "Bartholomew Bandy is the most remarkable hero (or anti-hero) since Harold Lloyd impersonated the Freshman." Chicago Tribune "To know Bandy is to love him . . . you tend to gallop through and come hurtling out at the end panting for more." The Sunday Sun "For those to whom Bandy is a newcomer, what a treat is in store." Toronto Star

Rules of War - A Thriller (Paperback): Matthew Betley Rules of War - A Thriller (Paperback)
Matthew Betley
R208 R171 Discovery Miles 1 710 Save R37 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Following the events of the "fast, hard-hitting, and impossible to put down" (The Real Book Spy) Field of Valor, Logan West continues his mission to bring America's traitorous vice president to justice, even as the clandestine group pulling all the strings makes one last deadly bid to regain their power. The vice president of the United States is missing, the director of the National Security Agency has been assassinated, and the mysterious organization orchestrating global instability is in tatters. While John Quick recovers from a gunshot wound that nearly killed him, Logan West is on the hunt to bring the vice president back to the United States to face justice for his treason. The final stakes have never been higher and Logan and his task force are left with little to no options. Will it be this warrior's end? "Packed with action, intrigue, and a rising sense of hair-raising, high-stakes chaos," (Ben Coes, New York Times bestselling author), Rules of War is an authentic, timely, and relentless thriller that will sink its teeth in you.

Trial By Battle (Paperback): David Piper Trial By Battle (Paperback)
David Piper 1
R234 R180 Discovery Miles 1 800 Save R54 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

October 1941. Twenty-one-year-old Alan Mart is posted to India and taken under the wing of the dogmatic, overbearing Acting-Captin Sam Holl. Following the Japanese advance on Singapore, the men are deployed to Malaya. What follows is a quietly shattering and searingly authentic depiction of the claustrophobia of jungle warfare and the futility of war.

Me Too (Paperback): Donald Jack Me Too (Paperback)
Donald Jack 1
R274 Discovery Miles 2 740 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Despite designing his own amphibious aircraft, the Gander - a machine almost as alarming looking as its horse-faced maker - ex-WWI ace Bartholomew Bandy is failing to make a fortune in his hometown of Gallop. The only work he finds is flying bootleg liquor into the USA. In desperation (what else?) he stands as a local MP and in desperation (why else?) they vote him in. But after spilling the beans on a bunch of government members indulging in Prohibition corruption, Bart's soon cordially hated by everyone up to the Prime Minister - can he really be naive enough to believe party propaganda that the people must be told the truth? So Bart's goose - or gander - is cooked, and the resulting mess can be summed up as whisky galore! With the blackest of black comedy and seat-of-the pants escapades, Donald Jack's series about a young pilot is uniquely funny and compelling. What people are saying about The Bandy Papers: "Reading can lead to involuntary bursts of loud laughter." "Very descriptive, full of air combats and written with a fine eye for period detail . . . there is quite simply no finer book of its kind. Highly recommended." "It is clear that Bandy likely should've been killed several times, but very likely the Grim Reaper was laughing too hard to hold his scythe straight . . ." "Hysterically funny! . . . each book is another installment in the continuing saga of a Canadian and his adventures in war, the world, and women." "I have yet to find another author with the wit and humor of Donald Jack." Editorial reviews: "I enjoyed every word . . . terrifically funny." P.G. Wodehouse "Jack does more than play it for laughs . . . The mingling of humor and horror is like a clown tap-dancing on a coffin, but Jack is skillful enough to get away with it." Time Magazine "Funny. Very. Donald Jack has as light a touch with this fragile art as his hero has on throttle of a Sopwith Camel. Excessive corn is avoided in favour of wit and a delight in life." New York Times "Bartholomew Bandy is the most remarkable hero (or anti-hero) since Harold Lloyd impersonated the Freshman." Chicago Tribune "To know Bandy is to love him . . . you tend to gallop through and come hurtling out at the end panting for more." The Sunday Sun "For those to whom Bandy is a newcomer, what a treat is in store." Toronto Star

The Woman in the White Kimono (Paperback, Reissue ed.): Ana Johns The Woman in the White Kimono (Paperback, Reissue ed.)
Ana Johns
R362 R293 Discovery Miles 2 930 Save R69 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Queen's Secret - A Novel of England's World War II Queen (Paperback): Karen Harper The Queen's Secret - A Novel of England's World War II Queen (Paperback)
Karen Harper
R266 R218 Discovery Miles 2 180 Save R48 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

If you love Jennifer Robson or The Crown you will love New York Times bestselling author Karen Harper's novel about Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. 1939. As the wife of the King George VI and the mother of the future queen, Elizabeth-"the queen mother"-shows a warm, smiling face to the world. But it's no surprise that Hitler himself calls her the "Most Dangerous Woman in Europe." For behind that soft voice and kindly demeanor is a will of steel. Two years earlier, George was thrust onto the throne when his brother Edward abdicated, determined to marry his divorced, American mistress Mrs. Simpson. Vowing to do whatever it takes to make her husband's reign a success, Elizabeth endears herself to the British people, and prevents the former king and his brazen bride from ever again setting foot in Buckingham Palace. Elizabeth holds many powerful cards, she's also hiding damaging secrets about her past and her provenance that could prove to be her undoing. In this riveting novel of royal secrets and intrigue, Karen Harper lifts the veil on one of the world's most fascinating families, and how its "secret weapon" of a matriarch maneuvered her way through one of the most dangerous chapters of the century.

The Hidden (Paperback): Mary Chamberlain The Hidden (Paperback)
Mary Chamberlain 1
R220 R176 Discovery Miles 1 760 Save R44 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Her heart died in the war can she breathe new life to it?

Dora Simon and Joe O Cleary live in separate countries, accepting of their twilight years. But their monochrome worlds are abruptly upended by the arrival of Barbara Hummel, who is determined to identify the mysterious woman whose photograph she has found among her mother s possessions.

Forced to confront a time they thought buried in the past, Dora and Joe s lives unravel and entwine. For, trapped on the Channel Islands under the German occupation in the Second World War, Dora, a Jewish refugee, had concealed her identity; while Joe, a Catholic priest, kept quite another secret...

This is a story of love and betrayal, shame and survival. But can a speck of light diffuse the darkest shadows of war?

Airborne (Hardcover): Robert Radcliffe Airborne (Hardcover)
Robert Radcliffe 1
R509 R400 Discovery Miles 4 000 Save R109 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Fascinating and convincing' THE TIMES. 17 September 1944: The Allies have launched the largest airborne offensive in history, delivering 36,000 troops by parachute and glider to the Dutch-German Border. In what will become known as the Battle of Arnhem, half of them will fall as casualties of war. Among their number is Theo Trickey, a young paratrooper so dreadfully injured he is not expected to survive. Under the care of Medical Officer Captain Daniel Garland, Trickey is shipped to Germany as a Prisoner of War. As Garland slowly nurses him back to health, he discovers that there's much that is unusual about Trickey, starting with a chance meeting he had with Erwin Rommel before the War... From the bestselling author of Under an English Heaven, Airborne is the first in an unforgettable trilogy that tells the story of a young soldier, of a new regiment and how, together, they altered the course of a war.

The Book of Harlan (Paperback, London): Bernice L McFadden The Book of Harlan (Paperback, London)
Bernice L McFadden
R266 R214 Discovery Miles 2 140 Save R52 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Book of Harlan opens with the courtship of Harlan's parents and his 1917 birth in Macon, Georgia. After his prominent minister grandfather dies, Harlan and his parents move to Harlem, where he eventually becomes a professional musician. When Harlan and his best friend, trumpeter Lizard Robbins, are invited to perform at a popular cabaret in the Parisian enclave of Montmartre-affectionately referred to as "The Harlem of Paris" by black American musicians-Harlan jumps at the opportunity, convincing Lizard to join him. But after the City of Light falls under Nazi occupation, Harlan and Lizard are thrown into Buchenwald-the notorious concentration camp in Weimar, Germany-irreparably changing the course of Harlan's life. Based on exhaustive research and told in McFadden's mesmeric prose, The Book of Harlan skillfully blends the stories of McFadden's familial ancestors with those of real and imagined characters.

Acceleration Hours - Stories (Hardcover): Jesse Goolsby Acceleration Hours - Stories (Hardcover)
Jesse Goolsby
R477 R384 Discovery Miles 3 840 Save R93 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

From the author of the critically-acclaimed novel, I'd Walk with My Friends If I Could Find Them, Jesse Goolsby's Acceleration Hours is a haunting collection of narratives about families, life, and loss during America's twenty-first-century forever wars. Set across the mountain west of the United States, these fierce, original, and compelling stories illuminate the personal search for human connection and intimacy. From a stepfather's grief to an AWOL soldier and her journey of reconciliation to a meditation on children, violence, and hope. Acceleration Hours is an intense yet necessary portrayal of the many voices living in a time of perpetual war.

A Farewell To Arms (Paperback, Reissue): Ernest Hemingway A Farewell To Arms (Paperback, Reissue)
Ernest Hemingway
R242 R174 Discovery Miles 1 740 Save R68 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A young American volunteers for the Italian ambulance in the First World War. Up near the front he meets and falls in love with CatherineBarkley, a British nurse. Amidst the fear, chaos, comradeship and courage, his wartime experi-ence becomes one of intense disillusionment when he is wounded by a shell and later narrowly escapes being shot by the Italian 'battle police' while taking part in a general retreat. He makes the monumental decision to desert - and takes Catherine with him to Switzerland. An unsurpassed novel of war - drawn from Hemingway's own experiences - and a love story of immense drama and uncomprising passion. A FAREEWELL TO ARMS is unforgettable, classic Hemingway

For Whom The Bell Tolls (Paperback, Reissue): Ernest Hemingway For Whom The Bell Tolls (Paperback, Reissue)
Ernest Hemingway 1
R260 R181 Discovery Miles 1 810 Save R79 (30%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

High in the pine forests of the Spanish Sierra, a guerrilla band prepares to blow up a vital bridge. Robert Jordan, a young American volunteer, has been sent to handle the dynamiting. There, in the mountains, he finds the dangers and the intense comradeship of war. And there he discovers Maria, a young woman who has escaped from Franco’s rebels... For Whom the Bell Tolls is Ernest Hemingway’s finest novel, a passionate evocation of the pride and the tragedy of the Civil War that tore Spain apart.

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