The Book Show

Love Books and a Cook book

This week's book show looks at all of the most popular love stories that are on the shelves right now, click play on the image and catch up on all the juicy details as told by the reviewers:

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Ten things I’ve learned about love by Sarah Butler
Pan Macmillan
R221
ebook – R102

The Italian Girl by Lucinda Riley
Pan Macmillan
R186
eBook - R150

Calling me Home by Julie Kipler
Quivertree Publications
R221
eBook - R100
Audiobook - R388

Letters from Skye by Jessica Brockmole
Cornerstone Publishers
R230
ebook – R125

The Keeper by Marguerite Poland
Penguin books
R 176
ebook - R189

The Abundant Herds: A Celebration of the Sanga-Nguni Cattle of the Zulu People by David Hammond -Tooke and Marguerite Poland Illustrated by Leigh Voigt
Fernwood Press
R384

The Mantis and the Moon by Marguerite Poland
R96

Recessional for Grace by Marguerite Poland
R132
ebook R84

Cook. Better by Nikki Werner and Brandon De Kock
Quivertree Publications
R395


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