Which are the most stolen books at Exclusive Books?

Here is the list of the most stolen books from Exclusive Books. Are you guilty?

When a book is on the Best Sellers list, it is clear that the author did a great job! But does it mean the same when the book is on the "Most Stolen Books" List? Or is it a case of people feeling that the book wasn't worth their money? There are many other titles to steal, so it must be some compliment to have your book be chosen. Clearly someone wants to read it so bad that they even commit a crime for it? With that said, here is Exclusive Books' list of the most stolen books.

1. The Idea of the ANC by Anthony Butler

  1. A Jacana Pocket Biography: Emperor Haile Selassie: Emperor Haile Selassie by Bereket Habte Selassie

  2. Shaka: A Jacana Pocket Biography by Dan Wylie

  3. A Jacana Pocket Biography: Chris Hani by Hugh Macmillan

  4. A Jacana Pocket Biography: Thomas Sankara: An African Revolutionary by Ernest Harsch

  5. A Jacana Pocket History: The ANC Women’s League: Sex, Politics and Gender by Shireen Hassim

  6. Steve Biko: A Jacana Pocket Biography by Lindy Wilson

  7. A Jacana Pocket Biography: Patrice Lumumba by Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja

  8. The Rise of the Securocrats: The case of South Africa by Jane Duncan

  9. The South African Communist Party: Exile and After Apartheid by Eddy Maloka

  10. The Lusaka Years: The ANC in exile in Zambia, 1963 to 1994 by Hugh Macmillan

  11. Heart, Mind and Money: Using Emotional Intelligence for Financial Success by Vangile Makwakwa

  12. Endings and Beginnings: A Story of Healing by Redi Tlhabi

  13. Liberation Diaries: Reflections on 20 years of democracy edited by Busani Ngcaweni

  14. South Africa: The Present as History by John S Saul, Patrick Bond

  15. Memoirs of a Born Free: Reflections on the Rainbow Nation by Malaika Wa Azania

  16. Eyebags & Dimples by Bonnie Henna

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