The Book Show with Jenny Crwys-Williams

Books by authors who will be at Franschhoek Literary Festival.

The Book Show: Franschhoek Literary Festival. This week Jenny Crwys-Williams looks at authors who will be appearing at the Festival - today on the Redi Tlhlabi Show.

Three authors who will be appearing at the festival next week, Paige Nick, Kevin Bloom and Karina Brink.

CONTINENTAL SHIFT BY KEVIN BLOOM AND RICHARD POPLAK

Paperback: R272.00

eBook: R194.00

FLAME IN THE SNOW - THE LOVE LETTERS OF ANDRÉ BRINK & INGRID JONKER EDITED BY FRANCIS GALLOWAY, TRANSLATED BY LEON DE KOCK AND KARIN SCHIMKE

Hardback: R358.00

eBook: R282.00

HARDBACKSPECIAL limited, numbered edition R1907.00

DUTCH COURAGE BY PAIGE NICK (Penguin)

Paperback: R220.00

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