The Book Show: South African memoirs tell challenging life stories

The Book Show looks at fascinating memoirs by South African authors, which vividly depict a different time in this country. These are personal experience stories that looks into the lives of the authors and the their challenging yet fulfilling journeys.

FROM WHISKEY TO WATER BY SAM COWEN (Melinda Ferguson Books)

Paperback : R 223.00

eBook : R 230.00

JUNE 16 by PETER MAGUBANE (Seriti sa Sechaba Publishers)

Coffee Table : R 798.00

THE ROAD THROUGH THE GROVE compiled by JOHN BURGESS

Purchase from website only – www.theroadthroughthegrove.com

FOOL ME ONCE by Harlan Coben (Century)

Paperback : R 194.00

Hardback : R 447.00

EBook: R 194.00

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