1) "Ghostwriter". Jordan's latest pot-boiler takes us deep into the size-zero (brain) world of modelling.
2) "Darwin? Schmarwin". This thought-provoking tome asks the question; "If natural selection really occurs, how come mankind is probably more stupid now than at any time in it's history?". With free beard.
3) "Lewis Hamilton's Monaco Cookbook". Formula One World Champion multi-millionaire shows you how to cook traditional food from the tax-haven of Monaco.
4) "Inspector Morse's guide to British Frogs". The intrepid detective presents his indispensable illustrated guide to British frogs - from l'escargot to large, they are all here.
5) "Highgrove book of Alternative Remedies". Thought-provoking indespensible and traditional, the complete world of quackery and thingy by Prince Charles.
6) "Bill Oddie's Boids of New Yoik". The irrascible manic-depressive looks at birds in the Big Apple. 'A skinny long decaf double-shot organic Guatemalan Fair-Trade corfee and eggs-over-easy on rye, hold the mayo already', as they might say in a diner. Includes New York-English dictionary.
7) "The Hobnob story". Our love affair with the humble biscuit. Illustrated. Fourth reprint.
8) "Banged Up;-The story of Holloway Prison". Agony Aunt Lettuce Bromsgrove tells us the history of the women's prison. Unputdownable, thought-provoking and indispensable.
9) "Thought-provoking and Indespensible". A look at book reviews through the ages. Unputdownable.
10) "Beyonce Knowles' Kenya". The 28-year-old singer goes in search of Obama's ancestral homeland. Bootilicious!