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Back When We Were Grownups by Anne Tyler
Back When We Were Grownups
Anne Tyler
August 2013 Guest Editor Catherine Alliott on Anne Tyler... Anne Tyler is probably my favourite contemporary novelist. She's so good yet she never draws attention to her writing, she lets you forget it. Back When We Were Grownups is...
The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels
The Communist Manifesto
Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels
One of Hardeep Singh Kohli's favourite books. The Communist Manifesto (1848), Marx and Engels's revolutionary summons to the working classes, is one of the most important and influential political theories ever formulated.
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants by Ann Brashares
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants
Ann Brashares
A great book and an immensely satisfying read for all those who have already discovered the 'Summers of the Sisterhood' titles and for those who haven't then Forever in Blue is as good a starting as any. You'll experience a rollercoaster...
On Green Dolphin Street by Sebastian Faulks
On Green Dolphin Street
Sebastian Faulks
America, 1959. With two young children she adores, loving parents back in London, and an admired husband, Charlie, working at the British embassy in Washington, the world seems an effervescent place of parties, jazz and family happiness to Mary van...
The Diving-Bell and the Butterfly by Jean-dominique Bauby
The Diving-Bell and the Butterfly
Jean-dominique Bauby
When a book is ‘written’ by a paralysed man flickering one eyelid, it might seem that the fact of writing is more remarkable than the book itself. Not when that book is The Diving-Bell and the Butterfly.
Bel Canto by Ann Patchett
Bel Canto
Ann Patchett
Winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction 2002. Terrorists highjack a gathering in a small Latin American country hoping to hold hostage the President, however he had decided to stay home and so the terrorists find themselves with a group...
The Blue Diary by Alice Hoffman
The Blue Diary
Alice Hoffman
An idyllic family are shattered by a phone call that reveals a terrible crime, committed years before. Alice Hoffman once again has hit gold with a story that will leave you feeling a plethora of emotions as you watch a...
Turtle Moon by Alice Hoffman
Turtle Moon
Alice Hoffman
January 2014 Guest Editor Jodi Picoult on Turtle Moon, because it was my first Alice Hoffman novel. This was the first book I remember reading for pleasure after I got out of college, and I fell in love with...
Para Handy by Neil Munro
Para Handy
Neil Munro
March 2011 Guest Editor Robert Goddard on Para Handy... Between 1905 and his retirement from journalism in 1924, Neil Munro produced 99 short stories for the Glasgow Evening News about the mishaps and misadventures of Para Handy and the...
The Devil and Miss Prym by Paulo Coelho
The Devil and Miss Prym
Paulo Coelho
A struggle between good and evil forms the backbone of yet another awesome book from this South American author. He really is a master storyteller.
The Red Tent by Anita Diamant
The Red Tent
Anita Diamant
June 2014 Guest Editor Freya North on The Red Tent... I was so bowled over by this extraordinary novel that when I finished it, I couldn’t speak. For hours. And I wept intermittently, for days. It was bought for...
The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie
The Body in the Library
Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie's world-famous Miss Marple mystery, reissued with a striking new cover designed to appeal to the latest generation of Agatha Christie fans and book lovers. Agatha Christie was born in Torquay and a number of her books are...
A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf
A Room of One's Own
Virginia Woolf
A Room of One's Own, based on a lecture given at Girton College Cambridge, is one of the great feminist polemics, ranging in its themes from Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte to the silent fate of Shakespeare's gifted (imaginary)...
The Last Time They Met by Anita Shreve
The Last Time They Met
Anita Shreve
A beautifully written novel of lost love. The end of this book is a complete surprise and will make you want to read the novel all over again with this new perspective....
His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman
His Dark Materials
Philip Pullman
Chosen by the public through a survey to coincide with the 10th birthday celebrations of World Book Day 2007, this title is one of ‘the ten books the nation can’t live without’. Have you read them all? Below are links to...
Passchendaele by Nigel Steel, Peter Hart
Nigel Steel, Peter Hart
The authors had extensive access to documents from the Imperial War Museum to research this book and it certainly shows. The First World War saw some of the bloodiest battles in history and hearing about it in the words of...
Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure by Michael Palin
Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure
Michael Palin
After writing his novel, about Hemingway, Palin decided he wanted to know more about this fascinating man and so set off to visit the places where Hemingway had lived and what had influenced him over the years. His travels take...
The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood
The Blind Assassin
Margaret Atwood
A 2011 World Book Night selection. Atwood's Booker prize-winning novel reissued with a striking new jacket along with other titles from Margaret Atwood's backlist. Lyrical, outrageous, formidable, compelling and funny, this is a novel filled with deep humour and...
Look to Windward by Iain M. Banks
Look to Windward
Iain M. Banks
The ‘Culture’ spans thousands of galaxies and hundreds of intelligent life forms and it looks to incorporate all those it finds that are sufficiently advanced. However this doesn’t always go to plan and after an unsuccessful intervention the Chelgrian civilisation...
The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde
The Eyre Affair
Jasper Fforde
A 2013 World Book Night selection. In this utterly original and wonderfully funny first novel, Fforde has created a fiesty, loveable heroine and a plot of such richness and ingenuity that it will take your breath away.
Ham on Rye by Charles Bukowski
Ham on Rye
Charles Bukowski
Legendary barfly Charles Bukowski's fourth novel, first published in 1982, is probably the most autobiographical and moving of all his books, dealing in particular with his difficult relationship with his father and his early childhood in LA. Ham on Rye...
The Third Reich A New History by Michael Burleigh
The Third Reich A New History
Michael Burleigh
Winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2001. Burleigh sets Nazi Germany in a European context showing how the Third Reich's abandonment of liberal democracy, decency and tolerance was widespread. The underlying premise of his book is that there...
Dust to Dust by Tami Hoag
Dust to Dust
Tami Hoag
Brilliant suspense with multiple suspects, Tami Hoag sends out detectives Kovac and Liska to dispense justice one again. Hoag is a master at drawing out each clue and building up the tension along with a knack for creating incredibly believable...
The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The terrible spectacle of the beast, the fog of the moor, the discovery of a body: this classic horror story pits detective against dog. The Hound of the Baskervilles gripped readers when it was first serialised and has continued...
Bad Blood by Lorna Sage
Bad Blood
Lorna Sage
A memoir of the 1950’s that conjures up that stifling post war period in vivid detail, Lorna Sage’s memory for inconsequential happenings, the texture of things, the tastes and sounds that surrounded her as she grew up make this both...
Life at the Extremes by Frances Ashcroft
Life at the Extremes
Frances Ashcroft
September 2009 Good Housekeeping selection. On My Bookshelf by Penny Smith... Life At The Extremes: The Science Of Survival by Dr Frances Ashcroft is full of derring-do and really mad scientists trying to prove what they think they...
Hangover Square A Story of Darkest Earl's Court by Patrick Hamilton, J.B. Priestley
Hangover Square A Story of Darkest Earl's Court
Patrick Hamilton, J.B. Priestley
April 2012 Guest Editor Paul Torday on Hangover Square... This novel is an atmospheric and gripping evocation of the lost souls that haunt bars and cheap hotels in west London in 1939. The central figure is George Harvey Bone,...
Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie
Death on the Nile
Agatha Christie
One of Sister Wendy Beckett's favourite books. The wonderful Hercule Poirot works his magic in this murder mystery set in the exotic location of Egypt. July 2010 Guest Editor Louise Candlish on Agatha Christie... I read this...
Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
Kitchen Confidential
Anthony Bourdain
August 2010 Guest Editor Veronica Henry on Kitchen Confidential... Everyone loves a bad boy, and Anthony Bourdain does bad better than anyone, with his no-holds-barred behind the scenes expose of the restaurant world. He is unashamedly outrageous – and...
The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie
The Mysterious Affair at Styles
Agatha Christie
Maxim Jakubowski's view... The novel that introduced both Christie and her immortal creation Hercule Poirot. Still as ingenious all these years later as we follow the quaint detective display his incomparable powers of detection.
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