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Richard and Judy v The TV Book Club: Which has picked the best books this Summer?

Richard and Judy  and The TV Book Club and have both revealed their latest book club choices recently, but are either of them worth following and who is winning the battle of the book club? Richard and Judy’s 2011 Summer Reads After attempting to read Richard and Judy’s last selection of books I stated that I would […]

The Spring 2011 Richard and Judy Book Club Titles Revealed

I wasn’t a big fan of Richard and Judy’s Winter reads, but they have just revealed their Spring collection and the selection looks much more promising. The books are: Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson Hothouse Flower by Lucinda Riley This Perfect World by Suzanne Bugler Room by Emma Donoghue You’re Next by Gregg […]

Why I No Longer Trust Richard and Judy

I have always loved Richard and Judy. When I was a child I watched them on This Morning and I loved the fact that they moved to their afternoon show at exactly the same time as I started my first job – meaning I could come home from work just in time to catch them! When […]

A Place of Secrets – Rachel Hore

 Richard and Judy 2010 Winter Read A Place of Secrets begins with Jude, an auctioneer, being asked to value a collection of scientific instruments near her childhood home in Norfolk. She jumps at the chance to leave London, look over the valuable pieces, and catch up with her Gran, who still lives nearby. Unfortunately I can’t […]

The Snowman – Jo Nesbo

 Richard and Judy 2010 Winter Read Translated from the Norwegian by Don Bartlett The Snowman is the 7th book in the Harry Hole series, but as the first two books haven’t been translated into English yet, it is the 5th available in the UK. I have been told that it is the best book in the […]

No and Me – Delphine de Vigan

 Richard and Judy 2010 Winter Read Translated from the French by George Miller No and Me is a simple story about a 13-year-old girl who has an intelligence that isolates her from her peers. Difficulties at home make her life even harder, but everything changes when she befriends No, a homeless girl a few years older than her. The book is […]