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Books  Home Truths and The Perfect Man reviewed more

Books  Recent book reviews more

Sports books reviewed Apr 20 2006
Who's the B*****D in the Black: Confessions of a Premiership Referee by Jeff Winter more

This week's books  ONE can be forgiven for approaching yet another book about Winston Churchill ... more

More like silence of the Lambeth  A NEW independent publishing imprint specialising in crime thrillers about London and its people has published its first book - set firmly in South London. more

This week's books  SIR ALEX FERGUSON recently described George Best as "unquestionably the greatest footballer of all time." more

This week's books  CAROL Clewlow, bestselling author of A Woman's Guide To Adultery, returns with another... more

Forever Odd Dec 2 2005
Odd never asked to communicate with the dead - they sought him out. As the unofficial goodwill ambassador between our world and theirs, he has a duty to do the right thing. more

Acting like kids Dec 2 2005
Wicked new humour from the author of the bestselling Bunny Suicide books. more

Time to get real Nov 25 2005
You really are what you eat, says celebrity chef Curtis Stone. more

The Closers Nov 25 2005
After three years as a private investigator Harry Bosch returns to the LAPD, working with his former partner, Kizmin Rider, in the Open-Unsolved Unit. more

This week's book reviews   ON Friday July 16, 1999, a small plane piloted by John F Kennedy Jr and carrying his wife, Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren, plummeted into the Atlantic Ocean... more

Give peace a chance Nov 17 2005
COMBE Island, off the Cornish coast, has a bloodstained history of piracy and cruelty but now... more

This week's books  THIS poignant biography delves into the troubled life of one of Britain's foremost First World War poets... more

Wall and piece Nov 7 2005
Artistic genius, political activist, painter and decorator, mythic legend or notorious graffiti artist? more

Predator Nov 7 2005
Florida is full of human predators, and they all give Dr Kay Scarpetta the opportunity and the means to do what she does best - persuading the dead to speak to her. more

Talk to the Hand Nov 4 2005
WHEN did the world become so rude? more

Appealing tribute Nov 4 2005
BELOVED by millions - whether for his unstinting championing of musical talent on Radio 1... more

This week's book reviews  BEFORE reading this book, my main image of Eric Sykes stemmed from his portrayal of Terry Thomas' bumbling butler... more

Thud! Oct 28 2005
The dormant racial tension in a great cosmopolitan city is stirred up by fundamentalists, leading to deaths underground; Terry Pratchett has always used his Discworld as a vehicle for topical commentary, but never before has it felt quite so uncomfortable. more

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