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7 January 2011
Lucinda Riley's Hothouse Flower is the most recent addition to the Richard and Judy Spring 2010 Book Club. The book was released in November 2010, and joins chosen reads including Emma Donoghue's Room, Postmistress by Sarah Blake and Helen Simonson's...
23 January 2009
The Richard & Judy book club has now begun on the Watch channel. Every Wednesday the couple will feature one book, leading to a public vote for Best Read Award in April. [via The Telegraph] I've already bought myself a copy of December by Elizabeth H Winthrop
7 November 2008
Eep, sorry, two Christmassy posts in a row, it wasn't deliberate, honest! Richard & Judy, with their new programme Richard & Judy's New Position on the Watch channel, have revealed the first twenty books of their Richard & Judy Christmas Presents book strand.
1 September 2008
I've had my eye on this book since I saw the Richard & Judy programme where it was being reviewed back in February 2007. I subsequently bought it thinking my husband would enjoy it and finally got around to reading it myself last week. Sally Gilmartin, a sli
28 August 2008
I bought this book as it was a Richard & Judy summer read and out of the collection they had for this summer, The Pirate's Daughter looked the most interesting. Richard & Judy's book club had introduced me to some cracking books in the past and I was sure this
26 August 2008
The winner of the Richard & Judy Summer Reads 2008 is No Time For Goodbye by Linwood Barclay, a creepy, sinister tale about Cynthia's family that disappeared without a trace. Cynthia wakes up one morning, worrying about what her parents will say to her about
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