World Book Night 2014 Books Announced

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  1. Hello Mum by Bernardine Evaristo (Quick Read) (Penguin General)
  2. Four Warned by Jeffrey Archer (Quick Read) (Macmillan)
  3. A Perfect Murder by Peter James (Quick Read) (Macmillan)
  4. Today Everything Changes by Andy McNab (Quick Read) (Transworld)
  5. Short Stories by Roald Dahl (Penguin Michael Joseph)
  6. CHERUB: The Recruit by Robert Muchamore (Hachette Children’s)
  7. Theodore Boone by John Grisham (Hodder & Stoughton)
  8. The Humans by Matt Haig (Canongate)
  9. The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne (Vintage, Random House)
  10. Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith (Simon and Schuster)
  11. Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin (Transworld)
  12. Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch (Orion)
  13. After the Funeral by Agatha Christie (HarperCollins)
  14. Whatever it Takes by Adele Parks (Headline)
  15. Geezer Girls by Dreda Say Mitchell (Hodder & Stoughton)
  16. Black Hills by Nora Roberts (Little, Brown)
  17. Getting Rid of Matthew by Jane Fallon (Penguin Michael Joseph)
  18. The Boy With the Topknot by Sathnam Sanghera (Penguin General)
  19. 59 Seconds by Richard Wiseman (Macmillan)
  20. Confessions of a GP by Dr Benjamin Daniels (The Friday Project, Harper Collins)

4 thoughts on “World Book Night 2014 Books Announced

  1. Alex

    Thanks, I’d missed this. I’m definitely going to have to apply this year if only for the pleasure of giving everyone I know a copy of “Rivers of London’. Thank goodness they’ve gone for the first one in the series. Imagine trying to pick up half way though!

    1. crimeficreader Post author

      I’ve done it before and I didn’t like the design of it. However, this year for the first time, I feel there is a book on there that I could champion for the purpose of this promotion. And the possibility of picking two back-ups. Alex, you have competition!

  2. Col

    I’d missed this. I applied last year but missed out. Will do so again this year – especially as Gorky Park is on list. I loved that book!

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