Wednesday, 26 September 2007

The Midweek Read 01:

Following on from this week’s launch of Movie Monday, we would like to introduce our Midweek Read section, exploring new books and must read titles.
Whether you are simply looking for a book to read on the way to work or perhaps a poolside read, we hope you find inspiration with our Midweek Read entries.

As ever you can compare the prices of these titles, simply by clicking on their respective titles.

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, JK Rowling (Bloomsbury).
The seventh and final wizardly instalment is the darkest – and the best- yet. It’s time to find out how it ends.

2. Jamie at Home, Jamie Oliver (Penguin).
To tie in with his Channel 4 series, Jamie rustles up 100 brand-new recipes n this beautifully illustrated tome.

3. Keep Smiling, Charlotte Church (Orion).
No-nonsense Charlotte tells it like it is in the warts-and-wall autobiography, which is refreshingly authentic.

4. I Never Fancied Him Anyway, Claudia Carroll (Bantam Press)
Relationship-solving psychic Cassie’s love life sucks in Carroll’s latest entertaining tale.

5. Second Glance, Jodi Picoult (Hodder & Stoughton)
Still grief-stricken years after his fiancée’s death, Ross searches for her ghost in this paranormal themed read.

6. Operation Sunshine, Jenny Colgan (Sphere)
Sun, surgery and secrecy in the south of France. A perfect lazy sunlounger read, and enough to put you right off your boxtox injections.

7. The Manny, Holly Peterson (Harper)
Juggling a career, husband and kids, New Yorker Jamie hires a male nanny in this sharp and funny read.

8. Clean Cut, Lynda La Plante (Simon & Schuster)
Detectives Anna and James tackle a gang of murderous illegal immigrants. Sprinted and gruesome, La Plante delivers again.

9. The Naughty Girl’s Guide to Life, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson & Sharon Marshall (Sphere).
TP-T offers advice on being a naughty girl. She’s had a lot of experience!

10. Since I don’t have you, Louise Candlish (Sphere)
Heartbreaking buy fascinating story of a woman trying to come to terms with the death of her only child.

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