Summer Book Picks

WHETHER YOU’RE going on a holiday (lucky you!) and need a book to keep you gripped or some summer BBQ advice, check out our top summer book picks…

Tom Kerridge’s Outdoor Cooking
From one of Britain’s best loved chefs Tom Kerridge’s ultimate barbecue bible is a must-do for this summer. The Michelin-starred chef takes simple ideas and creates the ultimate version that are truly delectable and delicious.

With over 80 recipes including pork & chorizo burgers, charred cauliflower salad and aubergine dips, there is also plenty of tips for the perfect summer barbecue, campfire or outdoor gathering.

So, whether you’re a BBQ beginner or a seasoner pro – this must-have cookbook has something for everyone.

Megamonster
A terrifying adventure full of nerve-wracking moments and mysterious characters, David Walliam’s latest children’s book will soon be on your little one’s bookshelf this summer.

In the middle of shark-infested waters, set on a volcanic island stands is The Cruel School. The lessons are appalling, the school dinners are revolting, and the teachers are terrifying – especially the mysterious Science teacher Doctor Doktur…

A hair-raising escapade for all the family and full of wonderful illustrations by Tony Ross, Megamonster will leave everyone of all ages bursting with excitement.

Hostage
The queen of nail-biting suspense, #1 bestselling author Clare Mackintosh is back with her biggest thriller yet.

You can save hundreds of lives. Or the one that matters most. Flight attendant Mina is trying to focus on the passengers, instead of her troubled five-year-old daughter back at home. But soon after the plane takes off, Mina receives a chilling anonymous note…

An incredibly tense read that has a satisfyingly clever ending, it’s time to buckle up for some edge-of-your-plane-seat action.

You can pick up all of these books at WH Smith – let us know on our Facebook page which one you’re after for your chance to win your own copy!

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