Join our Book Club and enjoy HUGE discounts on brilliant reads
The Get It Book Club is a brand new club … and it’s one you’re going to want to join. What’s it all about? We’ve joined up with Knowledge Road, who will, every month, offer our Get It Book Club members a selection of at least a dozen titles at remarkably impressive discounted prices. We’re talking at least 25 per cent off the price you’ll pay in your local bookstore. Huge plus for book-clubbers (you can use your savings on an extra book, or another bottle of wine!) as well as those who just want a great read at a brilliant price.
How do you join? Easy peasy. Simply visit www.knowledgeroad.co.za/getitbookclub, click on the Get It Book Club button, register (don’t worry … it’s free) and order away. Deliveries will be within seven days, and orders of more than R250 have free delivery; less pay R45. Every now and then we’ll have a fabulous readers’ event … with local authors, new books and lots of wine.
Here are some great Book Club reads you can get your hands on ASAP…
It’s always darkest before the light comes … and in Sunday Morning Coming Down, Nicci French’s chilling seventh instalment of the Frieda Klein series, the psychotherapist returns home to find a bloody crime scene. The police find the body of a man she had hired to help protect her killed and hidden under the floorboards. Then more of her friends are threatened. You’re not going to put this one down!
In Tess Gerritsen’s latest thriller, I Know A Secret, detective Jane Rizzoli and forensic pathologist Maura Isles are called to a murder scene … a young woman’s body is found in a house decorated with horror movie posters. Unable to be certain of the cause of death, their investigation leads them to a high-profile murder case that was seemingly solved years before. But then another body is found and there’s a link between the two. Was the wrong person sent to prison? Is the real killer out there, picking off new targets? One woman knows she’s next … and she’s the only one who can help Rizzoli and Isles catch him. But she has a secret she has to keep.
In The Lost Girl by Carol Drinkwater, photographer Kuritz Ross leads a lonely and isolated life after her daughter, Lizzie, disappears. Four years after the disappearance, there’s an unexpected sighting in Paris, but hours after Kuritz arrives, the city suffers a series of terrorist attacks. A stranger – one who’s also suffered a loss – offers to help find Lizzie, restoring hope … a story of loss, friendship and enduring love.
These books sell for R295 each; the special Get It Book Club price R236.
Details online here.
Get it Bloemfontein December 2017