International conspiracies in a riveting thriller: The murder of a student links two universities to the smuggling of Venetian Grossi coins and to academic conspiracy, with glimpses into the world of international artefact smuggling. Is the encounter between Stravros Vassilis and Delancey Storm on the exotic Greek island of Naxos purely co-incidental? And how does their relationship play out as the action moves between Greece and South Africa? Good and evil are at war within a university and, against great odds, Delancey’s doggedness to pursue the truth comes at a cost, endangering her life and pitting her against powerful enemies.
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“I needed to understand that sudden and intense link between grief and passion: the centrality of sexuality to affirming the life of the living.”
A searingly honest account of how, for Sophie, grief becomes a powerful catalyst for healing the past, unleashing the full force of her mid-life female sexuality and directing her to a new life. She emerges from the ashes of her grief with a strengthened identity and deeper understanding of both herself and family.
Theodor, the eighty-five year old protagonist in this engaging short novel, writes of his early years in Johannesburg in the 1930s and 1940s.
The story begins as he remembers how his journey began. It ends with his arrival in the fledgling Israeli state to serve his ancient homeland as a soldier-farmer on an outlying kibbutz. But the main focus is reserved for the often funny and always ironic accounts of the childhood and youth of an intelligent Jewish boy growing up in a dusty mining town in Africa.