From the blurbs

Published: Friday 15 July 2011

The red market, on the trail of the world’s organ brokers, bone thieves, blood farmers, and child traffickers 

by Scott Carney, Harper Collins, US $24.55

A tour of a macabre global underworld where organs and people are bought and sold, the book chronicles the rise, fall and resurgence of this multibillion-dollar trade through history.

The atlas of world hunger By Thomas J. Bassett and Alex-Winter Nelson, University of Chicago Press, US $17

Using colourful maps, charts, and graphs, geographer Thomas Bassett and agricultural economist Alex Winter-Nelson elucidate patterns of hunger within countries.

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