Wednesday, 3 October 2007

Midweek Read (2):

Welcome to the 2nd of our Midweek Read sections, where we explore some cookery and children's titles:

As ever you can compare the prices of these titles, simply by clicking on their respective titles.
1. Nigella Express – Nigella Lawson (Chatto & Windus)
Nigella offers a collection of super quick, super tasty recipes for every occasion.
2. Tana Ramsay’s Real Family Food – Tana Ramsay (Harpercollins)
Mrs Ramsay gives husband Gordon a run for his money in this cookery book full of mouth-watering recipes.
3. Blood Ties – Sam Hayes (Headline)
Prostitution, kidnapping, intrigue, abuse and murder: this psychological thriller is a perfect choice for fans of Jodi Picoult.
4. The Eddie Stobart Story - Hunter Davies (HarperCollins)
The definitive account of the members of an ordinary Cumbrian family who, through sheer hard work and entrepreneurism, turned a Cumbrian haulage company into an internationally recognised brand.
5. Slam – Nick Horby (Puffin)
The About a Boy author’s latest, aimed at a younger audience, is a funny, sensitive story about a teenage pregnancy.

6. Flanimals – Ricky Gervais (Faber and Faber)
The fourth children’s book in the series by funnyman Gervais is as cheekily irreverent as we’ve come to expect from him.

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