Pieces of the puzzle: Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp
This 140 page book is drawn from a wide variety of media accounts, providing a background to the shooting and assembling the evidence that will feature in South Africa’s trial of the century. Content includes background information on the parties involved, a timeline of the night in question, the prosecution and defence arguments, social media feeds, photographs, and diagrams.
It is essentially a handbook to the trial.
In collaboration with the Sunday Times, this title is the first of a two-part series written by Laurie A Claase, and is currently the only book covering this topic.
Laurie A Claase is an investigative author and public speaker with a keen interest in the investigation of sporting scandals. She has become the media authority on the trial.
The sequel, titled Pieces of the Puzzle: Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp Part Two: Judgement Day will be published following the outcome of the case.
A girl walks into a wedding: A choose your own erotic destiny novel (Kindle edition)
Your best friend is getting married, and sheâ??s asked you to be her bridesmaid. So many decisions: For starters, do you ask the gorgeous mystery man you met online to come as your date? Or do you go solo to check out the talent?
Once the country wedding weekend gets going, all kinds of adventures are on offer. Will you ditch your date? Duet with the dishy DJ? Dodge the disreputable best man? Or perhaps the rugged pilot you meet in the bar will open up unexpected erotic opportunities â?? and who knew the maid of (dis)honour had such a sultry streak?
All this while dealing with the bachelorette party, the brideâ??s jitters, the Dress From Hell, and more. Perhaps the most tempting option is to flee with a tall, dark stranger â?¦ or maybe an old friend surprises you with a sizzling encounter.
You make the decisions â?? you choose the happy ending. Itâ??s your fantasy. Your rules.
Twelve years a slave – Enhanced edition by Dr. Sue Eakin (Kindle edition)
In this enhanced/authenticated edition by Dr. Sue Eakin – of the riveting true slave narrative that reads like a novel – you are transported to 1840â??s New York, Washington, D.C., and Louisiana to experience the kidnapping and twelve years of bondage of Solomon Northup, a free man of colour.
Twelve years a slave, published in 1853, was an immediate bombshell in the national debate over slavery leading up to the Civil War. It validated Harriett Beecher Stoweâ??s fictional account of Southern slavery in Uncle Tomâ??s cabin, which significantly changed public opinion in favor of abolition.
Now a major motion picture by director Steve McQueen (produced by Brad Pitt)
New York Times and USA Today bestseller
Golden Globe Winner for Best Drama