BLOG TOUR – The Rose Code by Kate Quinn

The Rose Code begins in 1947 in post-war Britain's frenzy leading up to the marriage of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip. We first meet society-girl, Osla who's in the enviable position of being a columnist for Tatler, with invitations to all the 'right' parties and places. But this is a wedding that she has absolutely... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Favour by Laura Vaughan

When Ada Howell is 13 years old, her father dies and her mother wastes no time selling the crumbling family home in Wales and moves them into far less salubrious lodgings in Brockley with little care as to how Ada feels about it. Upon leaving school it's assumed that Ada will move on to study... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – A Family Reunion by Patricia Scanlan

This is storytelling at its best, something that Patricia Scanlan excels at! Taking readers through 70 years of Irish history and giving a fascinating look at the emancipation of women in the Catholic faith, I thoroughly enjoyed and was intrigued by facts and issues that were dealt with here that I knew nothing about, especially... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Mother by Laura Jarratt

This is one of those 'What if ...?' conversation starters. What if you're driving down a dark, winding country road late at night with your two daughters asleep on the back seat, happy and content after a lovely week away from the stress of work and school. All of a sudden, something flashes into your... Continue Reading →

March folly with 25 fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s titles on the Exclusive Books recommended reading list

Available instore, online, phone and Uber Eats! This year, Exclusive Books celebrates 70 years of getting more books to more people. Exclusive Books opened their first store on King George Street in Johannesburg in 1951 and have since expanded to 41 bricks-and-mortar stores, and of course the virtual www.exclusivebooks.co.za. Exclusive Books will mark this happy milestone... Continue Reading →

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