The Book Show - Books that are “hot to trot”

In today's book show Jenny Crwys-Williams looks at the books of the moment. Which books are “hot to trot”, here and abroad?

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN BY PAULA HAWKINS (Transworld Publishers)

Paperback : R185.00

eBook : R184.00

ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE BY ANTHONY DOERR (HarperCollins)

Paperback : R220.00

eBook : R133.00

CONTINTENTAL SHIFT - A JOURNEY INTO AFRICA'S CHANGING FORTUNES BY KEVIN BLOOM AND RICHARD POPLAK (Jonathan Ball)

Hardback : R272.00

eBook : R234.00

SIGH THE BELOVED COUNTRY - BRAAI TALK, ROCK N ROLL AND OTHER STORIES BY BONGANI MADONDO (Picador)

Paperback : R275.00

eBook : R220.00

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