Corban Addison’s South African book tour

Corban Addison,
author of the blockbuster
A Walk Across The Sun
is in South Africa to launch his second novel,

The Garden of Burning Sand
On a dark night in Lusaka, an adolescent girl is raped. Her identity is a mystery. Zoe Fleming an American, with a special interest in human rights teams up with a local police officer to investigate the assault. Piecing together evidence from the scene they learn that the girl’s assailant is someone entirely unexpected.

We urge you not to miss this event, even if it means taking the morning off!

When: 9 October 2013
Time: 9:45am for 10am
Where: Books & Books, Shop 42 Kensington Square, Adelaide Tambo Drive, Durban North
RSVP: (031) 5636288

Other launch dates:

Monday, 7 October
Book Launch – Kalk Bay Books
Time: 18:00 for 18.30
Venue: Kalk Bay Books, 124 Main Road, Kalk Bay
RSVP: 021 788 2266 or

Tuesday, 8 October
Coffee Morning – Exclusive Books Constantia
Time: 10:00 for 10:30
Venue: Exclusive Books, Constantia Village, Spaanschemat Road, Constantia
RSVP: 021 886 9277 or

Book Launch – Exclusive Books, Pavillion
Time: 17:30 for 18:00
Venue: Pavillion Shopping Centre, Spine Road, Westville
RSVP: 031 265 0454 or

Wednesday, 9 October
Coffee Morning – Books and Books
Time: 10:00 for 10:30
Venue: Shop 42 Kensington Square, Kensington Drive, Durban North
RSVP: 031 569 6288 or

Book Launch – Bargain Books, Balito Lifestyle Centre
Time: 11:30 for 12pm
Venue: Bargain Books, Balito Lifestyle Centre, Main Road, Balito, KwaZulu Natal
RSVP: or 032 586 3635

Thursday, 10 October
Book Launch, Novel Books
Time: 10:00 for 10:30
Venue: Novel Books, Hobart Grove, Cnr Hobart and Grosvenor Roads, Bryanston
RSVP: 011 463 9320 or

Friday, 11 October
Book Club Coffee Morning – Exclusive Books, Nicolway
Time: 10 for 10:30

Venue: Exclusive Books, Nicolway Centre, Corner Wedgewood Link and William Nicol, Bryanston
RSVP: or 011 798 0270/1/2/3/4


About the Author
Corban Addison began his career in corporate law and litigation. He has an interest in international human rights and is a supporter of numerous causes, including the abolition of modern slavery. He lives with his wife and two children in Virginia.

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