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Book-ish: Book Reviews

The best reads that have landed on our desk this week

Written by . Published on September 20th 2011.

Book-ish: Book Reviews

Misery Bear’s Guide to Love and Heartbreak

After the previous success of Misery Bear, particularly in the Comic Relief campaign, we’re pleased to announce that Misery Bear is back with a his new book. Known for his comic YouTube videos, Misery Bear is now giving us a hilarious guide to love and heartbreak. The unique book including many pictures is a funny take on love, which will have you a guaranteed laugh.  

Misery Bear Misery Bear will be published on the 13th October, (Hodder and Stoughton Hardback), £12.99.

To Kill a Tsar by Andrew Williams

Andrew Williams’ latest novel To Kill a Tsar is a gripping thriller of treachery. Follow the plot of the main character Tsar Alexander II as he remains a virtual prisoner in his own palaces. His ruthless secret police will stop at nothing to unmask who has plot his assassination and the overthrow of the Imperial regime. The story is drawn into a desperate cat-and-mouse game of undercover assignations, plot and counter-plot, he risks all in a perilous double life. This is action packed and a must for all the thriller fans.

To Kill A Tsar To Kill a Tsar will be published on the 29th September, (John Murray Paperback), £7.99.

The Camera Never Lies by Tess Daly

Tess Daly has written a fast-paced novel full of comic twists and turns. It has a brilliant storyline and an unforgettable cast of characters. The Camera Never Lies, tells the story of a wannabe model Britt Baxter who lands a career as a presenter. Follow her journey as she is propelled through the industry and discovers what happens both in and behind the camera. 


The Camera Never Lies will be published on the 13th October, (Hodder and Stoughton Hardback), £12.99­.


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