Non-Fiction Book Chart: Books Everyone is Talking About

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    Tom Kerridge
    • £7.99
    • RRP £22.00
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    Looking to lose weight in 2018? Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge can help. This cookbook ties in with his latest BBC series and contains 100 recipes that are low in calories but big on flavour.

    Having lost over 11 stone in the last four years, there is no-one more qualified to motivate you to start eating good food as you look to shift the pounds. Better still, Tom's dishes are served in portion sizes that would satisfy even the hungriest person.

    You'll never feel like you're missing out, especially with the likes of warm halloumi salad, sweet potato and black bean burritos and baked doughnuts with sweet five-spice dust on offer!
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    Diana Henry
    • £7.99
    • RRP £25.00
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    A Bird in the Hand author Diana Henry has long believed in the importance of a carefully put-together menu and this cookbook showcases some of her favourite combinations of flavours.

    Diana claims that putting together a menu is still her favourite part of cooking and loves the way they can create very different moods and take you to different places. These dishes are perfect for every season and have been inspired by different countries and cultures all around the world.

    Beautifully presented with a flocked jacket, the tantalising recipes in this book include a perfect lunch of asparagus, peas and radishes with pistachio pesto, crab tomato and saffron tart and gooseberry and almond cake with lemon thyme syrup.
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    Mary Berry
    • £10.99
    • RRP £26.00
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    No one knows good food better than Mary Berry and in her latest cookbook she reveals 120 brand new recipes that are sure to delight all your family, friends and guests.

    She offers advice that will help you feel more confident in the kitchen and even her most complex recipes will be manageable for even the most novice cook.

    She'll show you how to master the art of traditional French onion soup, roast the perfect loin of pork with apple sauce and (of course!) back incredibly tasty teatime treats including treacle tart and lemon meringue pie.
    Ian Marshall
    • £7.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    Get set for the new cricket season with the 71st edition of the Playfair Cricket Annual - Howzat!

    It covers county cricket in depth and has biographies of all the players who are registered at the start of the season. It also has full coverage of last summer's events and a fixture list for major domestic matches.
    Hans Rosling
    • £9.99
    • RRP £12.99
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    The world is so divisive right now, but Hans Rosling's Factfulness is here to reveal that things are not quite as bad as many think.

    The author talks about how many things that we systematically get wrong (a chimpanzee choosing answers at random consistently outguesses journalists) and why this happens.

    If we worry about everything instead of basing our view on facts, we feel threatened. This book will help you change your outlook on the world.
    Stephen Hawking
    • £5.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    The late, great Stephen Hawking's classic book about who we are, how we came to be and the secrets that still lie at the heart of space and time.

    From the Big Bang to black holes, via spiral galaxies and strong theory, this book uses accessible language to cover the concept of the universe and answer questions including when time began and if it could run backwards.
    • £4.99
    • RRP £7.00
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    This book contains all the information and facts you need if you're watching the BBC Proms.

    The world's biggest and longest running classical music festival, the Proms find the world's greatest artists and orchestras coming to London to deliver concerts, talks, workshops and family events.

    This in-depth guide will tell you everything you need to know about the composers, performers and broadcasts.
    James Comey
    • £13.99
    • RRP £20.00
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    Former FBI director James Comey shares the secrets of his fascinating and wide-ranging career in this must-read autobiography.

    He looks back over two decades of American government and reveals how he prosecuted the Mafia and Martha Stewart, oversaw the Hillary Clinton email investigation and discovered the links between the Trump campaign and Russia.

    An eye-opening account of modern American history, this book also finds Comey (the Obama-appointed director of the FBI from 2013-2017) exploring what good, ethical leadership looks like and how this can lead to effective decision making.
    Adam Kay
    • £5.99
    • RRP £8.99
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    Hilarious, horrifying and heartbreaking, comedian Adam Kay's This is Going to Hurt provides a fascinating insight into the multitude of work the staff of the NHS has to undertake to keep us all safe and in good health.

    A junior doctor between 2004 and 2010, Adam provides a no-holds-barred account of the 97-hour weeks, life-or-death decisions and the constant tsunami of bodily fluids he had to contend with...

    Looking back on notes scribbled in secret after his busy shifts, Adam also explains how he managed to survive on the low pay and the effect his choice of career had on both his social life and relationships. This is a book that will tell you everything you ever wanted to know - and a few things you didn't - about life on and off the hospital ward.
    Matthew Walker
    • £5.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    Learn all about why sleep is so important and how a lack of it can be linked to every major disease in the developed world.

    Using cutting-edge research, Matthew Walker delves into the science behind why we sleep and why it matters so much. He reveals what really happens during REM sleep and how caffeine and alcohol affect it. He also examines the ways sleep patterns change over a lifetime. This is an endlessly fascinating and important read.
    Yuval Noah Harari
    • £5.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    Yuval Noah Harari's A Brief History of Mankind will take you all the way through human history and explain how we came to live in the world we do today. From being insignificant apes to the discovery of fire, the beginnings of farming and how money and science make the world go round, it's a truly extraordinary tale and all told in witty and accessible prose.

    This incredible non-fiction book has sold over a million copies and can count individuals as diverse as Barack Obama, Bill Gates and Jarvis Cocker among its fans. It's a book you'll definitely remember reading for the first time.
    Tom Bower
    • £11.99
    • RRP £20.00
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    Discover a new side to Prince Charles with Tom Bower's Rebel Prince. This is a biography that reveals just how powerful, passionate and defiant Prince Charles is.

    Despite being hard-working and having genuine concern for the disadvantaged, Charles has always struggled to overcome his unpopularity and a recent poll found only one-third of Britons are willing to support him as the next King.

    With unparalleled research and interviews with people who have worked with him, Bower unearths many secrets surrounding Charles life. He reveals a royal household that is rife with intrigue and misconduct.
    James Hawes
    • £6.99
    • RRP £8.99
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    This handy little history book reveals how Germany came to be the liberal and democratic nation we know today.

    From Julius Caesar's invasion in 58 BC through to the wars, the fall of the Berlin Wall and beyond, this is a concise and accessible non-fiction book that covers the politically charged history of Deutschland.

    It places the extremes of the German political experience throughout ancient and recent history in relation to the broader climate.
    Dan Jones
    • £7.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    The Templars by Dan Jones is an eye-opening history book all about the Knights Templar - the wealthiest, most powerful and most secretive of military orders.

    Heading back to the crusading era Middle Ages, their story encompasses international conflict, finance and a swift rise in wealth and influence that was quickly followed by a sharp and humiliating fall.

    Jones looks beyond the mysteries that continue to fascinate and inspire writers of both fiction and non-fiction.
    Jamie Oliver
    • £15.99
    • RRP £26.00
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    This is Jamie Oliver's simplest cookbook yet. All the recipes only use five ingredients (neatly laid out on the spread so you know exactly what you're looking for!) and taste incredible.

    This is such a great and accessible book that even kitchen novices would be able to make something good and tasty for their dinner by following the step-by-step instructions. It's perfect for Jamie Oliver's long-term fans and those who are short on time but want to start cooking better food.
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    Warner Brothers
    9 years +
    • £4.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    Head to Hogwarts and colour in some of the most magical scenes and artwork from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter with this spellbinding colouring book.

    An official book, it contains intricate line drawings that have been used in the making of the Harry Potter films and features some of the most beloved (and not-so-beloved!) characters including Harry, Dobby and Lord Voldemort. All you need to do is add some colour.

    A treat for Harry Potter fans of all ages, we expect this to be flying out as quick as the Knight Bus, so if you're a Muggle and want to add it to your collection - place your order today!
    Jonathan MacDonald
    • £16.00
    • RRP £20.00
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    Jonathan Macdonald's Powered by Change introduces a new methodology that will contribute to the success of your business: the Windmill Theory.

    This way of thinking enables leaders and organisations to think and act in a way that capitalises on a constantly changing environment. It encourages them to think of four blades that complement different aspects of the business and how by combining them you can fuel success in the future.
    Carl Fogarty
    • £12.99
    • RRP £20.00
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    Carl Fogarty's eagerly anticipated autobiography provides a thrilling journey through his life and career - from competing against the likes of Valentino Rossi and Guy Martin to winning I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

    Carl talks candidly for the first time about his venture into team ownership, as well as his inner demons before lifting the lid on his madcap mates and their daft antics.

    He enthusiastically talks about topics as diverse as cricket, hikers, fainting goats and the 'joys' of eating a full English breakfast on trains...
    Professor Sue Black
    • £11.99
    • RRP £16.99
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    Professor Sue Black's All that Remains: A Life in Death has been featured on Radio 4's Start the Week and looks at our attitudes towards death.

    A Professor of Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology, Professor Black confronts death on a daily basis and she focuses on the mortal remains in her lab, at burial sites, at scenes of violence, murder and criminal dismemberment, and when investigating mass fatalities due to war, accident or natural disaster.

    In this eye-opening book, Professor Black reveals the faces of death she has come to know and talks about her experiences of death and tragedy with candour and wit.
    Melanie Jones
    • £4.99
    • RRP £7.99
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    Melanie Jones talks through the traumatic experience of losing her son, Rhys, and the court case that followed in this poignant book.

    She talks about the community that united behind the Jones family and how this awful situation brought a notorious local gang who had been terrorising her neighbourhood for years to justice.
    Steve Biddulph
    • £8.99
    • RRP £12.99
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    Steve Biddulph reveals what helps - and what harms - boys as they grow up in this essential parenting guide.

    Practical and honest, he offers advice for every stage of boyhood and explains how you can raise them to be happy, confident and kind young men.

    Biddulph tackles issues including how ADHD might be caused by stress in baby's first year; how important it to let boys cry and how this helps them avoid risky behaviour in later life; and how to choose a sport that does more good than harm. He even offers tips for single mothers of boys.
    The Secret Barrister
    • £12.99
    • RRP £16.99
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    The Secret Barrister offers an eye-opening insight into life inside the courtroom. From the devastating to the hilarious, the author recalls some of their most powerful memories.

    They also reveal how hard the job is and recall the difficult conversations, including the way you should talk to clients, no matter whether you believe them to be guilty or innocent.

    This book also examines what the law actually is, why we need it and why barristers wear those stupid wigs...
    Dr Dr Hazel Wallace
    • £12.99
    • RRP £20.00
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    Hazel Wallace is a doctor, personal trainer and author and in this book she reveals some of her favourite recipes that are quick and simple to make and that use only a handful of ingredients.

    From grab-and-go breakfasts to lunches on the run and dinners that can be whipped up in under 30 minutes, there are so many quick dishes. She also has a Power Down section which is perfect for longer lazy weekend brunches and family dinners.
    Joe Wicks
    • £10.99
    • RRP £16.99
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    Joe Wicks, the Body Coach, has returned with his fifth book and this time he's providing 100 brand new recipes and four easy HIIT workouts for you to follow as you try to lose weight.

    All of these recipes are incredibly tasty and easy to make in just 15 minutes - with 60 of them low in carbohydrates and 40 perfect as a post-workout snack. Among the recipes to try out are chorizo and Boston baked beans with mash, sweet and spicy steak and noodle salad and snacks including coconut and almond macaroons.

    Joe also provides you with sample weekly plans and ingredient lists to make preparing your meals even easier. By following his recipes, plans and advice, you'll be well on your way to a leaner body.