Erika Bornman's Mission of Malice tops the bestseller charts

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Erika Bornman was the first to speak out about alleged abuse at religious mission KwaSizabantu in KwaZulu-Natal in 2000. (Photo: ER Lombard)
Erika Bornman was the first to speak out about alleged abuse at religious mission KwaSizabantu in KwaZulu-Natal in 2000. (Photo: ER Lombard)

Outsold only by Wilbur Smith and the K53 driver's licence guide, Erika Bornman's Mission of Malice: My exodus from KwaSizabantu is sitting on top of the bestseller lists, as of the latest weekly chart released by Nielsen BookScan SA.

This chart combines fiction and non-fiction. Remarkably, Mission of Malice: My exodus from KwaSizabantu is up from number 65 on the top 100 chart accounting for non-fiction sales during the month of August.

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