1) "Worlds' Cleverest Banking Conmen" by Jeremy Paxman. 'Newsnight's' Jezza gives the lowdown on all the conmen, embezzlers and swindlers from the collapsed BCCI Bank to Bernie Madoff. Introduction by Mahamed Al-Fayed.
2) "Saint Jade". Beatification of the "Chav Princess Di". Illustrated, and introduced by Max Clifford.
3) "Piers Morgan is a Cult". Third week in the chart for Richard Littlejohn's hard-hitting, incisive biography. "Fois de gras", as Del-Boy would have said.
4) "Bankotes of the Bank of England". Surprising chart entry for this specialist-interest slim book.
5) "Lost!" by Stephen Hawking. Some of the crazy, wacky, unbelievable things people have left on buses and trains.
6) "The Bloody Irish". Prince Phillip's careful historical analysis of the Irish Problem. "They are too bloody close to us" says the Prince.
7) "Knee injuries" by Ralph Fiennes. Follows on from "Foot Injuries", his 2008 surprise hit book.
8) "Titter ye not, missus...the Frankie Howard I Knew", by Arthur Mullard's son.
9) "Fire extinguisher collector's bible". Giles Brandreth's exhaustive study of this new collecting phenomenon.
10) "101 Resons Not to Trust Foreigners". BNP Publications.