Latest Releases: 11th September 2013

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flying-booksIf you’re a bibliophile, and you probably are if you’ve found your way here, you probably can’t wait to find out about the latest books to hit the shelves. We’re going to help you out by looking at the latest releases from Amazon and Waterstones.

Amazon

  • Never Go Back – Lee Child

If you’re a Jack Reacher fan then you’ll be glad to know that the larger-than-life action hero is back. This time he’s battling his military past and being confronted with some uncomfortable questions about what’s right and what’s wrong, and where he falls on the continuum.

  • The Shift: How I Finally Lost Weight and Discovered a Happier Life – Tory Johnson

You could dismiss this as just another weight loss book, or you could put your cynicism aside and be inspired by Good Morning America’s Tory Johnson, who not only lost over 60 pounds in a year, but who also created a multi-million dollar enterprise in the process.

  • Oz: The Complete Collection – L. Frank Baum (Kindle)

This new Kindle collection makes it easy (and affordable) to give your child the complete Oz experience. It includes all 14 books, the first of which is beautifully illustrated by W.W. Denslow, as well as links to free audio recordings, and other assorted bonus features.

  • One-Dish Vegan: More than 150 Soul-Satisfying Recipes for Easy and Delicious One-Bowl and One-Plate Dinners – Robin Robertson

Robertson gives hope to everyone who thinks that being vegan is limiting and hard work. She also brings relief to everyone who dreads ending up with a vegan at their dinner table. Creating wholesome, delicious, and ethical meals has never been easier or more enjoyable.

Waterstones

  • Expo 58 – Jonathan Coe

If you haven’t yet discovered Jonathan Coe yet, now is the time. Expo 58 is set in 1958 Brussels at the first World Fair since WWII. It’s all comic intrigue as a naïve civil servant, who is supposed to be running a British pub, is caught in a miniature version of the Cold War as it’s played out by competing pavilions.

  • Cat Sense: The Feline Enigma Revealed – John W.S. Bradshaw

If you’ve ever wondered what your cat is thinking, then this is the book for you. Bradshaw established his credentials as a pet behaviour expert in his previous bestseller In Defence of Dogs. Now he’s turned his attention to cats to help us better understand our complex companions.

  • Rendezvous in Russia – Laura Marlin Mysteries 4 – Lauren St.John

Your kids will be delighted that Laura Marlin is back in another fantastic mystery. This time she’s on the trail of a stolen Leonardo da Vinci painting, accompanied by Skye, her three-legged husky, of course.

  • GQ Eats: The Cookbook for Men of Seriously Good Taste – Paul Henderson, Condé Nast Independent Magazines

Over the past few years cooking has become one of the most en vogue activities for men. Heston Blumenthal has made it interesting and exciting, Gordon Ramsey has made it easy and loud, and Georgio Locatelli has made it exuberant and fun. These chaps and plenty others have contributed some of their gastronomic marvels to GQ’s sure-fire bestseller.

 

Written by Sandy Cosser

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