GulfWeeklyBookClub – in association with The Bookcase

September 11 - 17, 2019

Gulf Weekly GulfWeeklyBookClub – in association with The Bookcase

COOKERY BOOK OF THE WEEK by Linda Jennings – VEG, JAMIE OLIVER, 9780718187767 (MICHAEL JOSEPH), BD12.700 for Gulf Weekly Book Club members

“It’s all about celebrating really good, tasty food that just happens to be meat-free,” says Jamie Oliver. 

Jamie is back straight into the number one slot with his new book “VEG” featuring more than 100 brilliantly easy, flavour-packed and accessible veg recipes as shown on his recent cookery series “Meat-Free Meals”.

From simple suppers and family favourites to weekend dishes for sharing with friends; this book is packed full of phenomenal food - pure and simple.

Whether it’s embracing a meat-free day or two each week, living a vegetarian lifestyle, or just wanting to try some brilliant new flavour combinations, this book ticks all the boxes with dishes such as:

• ALLOTMENT COTTAGE PIE with root veg, porcini mushrooms, marmite & crispy rosemary

• INDIAN CHIP BUTTY with spiced potato, mango & pomegranate chutney and mint yoghurt

• GREENS MAC ‘N’ CHEESE with leek, broccoli & spinach and a toasted almond topping

With chapters on Soups & Sarnies, Brunch, Pies Parcels & Bakes, Curries & Stews, Salads, Burgers & Fritters, Pasta, Rice & Noodles, and Tray Bakes, you’re sure to find something tasty for every occasion.

Sharing simple tips and tricks that will excite the taste buds, this book will give you the confidence to up your veg intake and widen your recipe repertoire, safe in the knowledge that it’ll taste utterly delicious. It will also leave you feeling full, satisfied and happy - and not missing meat from your plate.




BD4.400 for GulfWeekly Book Club members

C J Tudor has been called Britain’s female answer to Stephen King. Her first book The Chalk Man was a best-selling horror-tinged psychological thriller - widely praised - even carrying an endorsement from the king of horror himself who saw in it echoes of his own work.

So now we have her second offering, The Taking of Annie Thorne  which is a dark, dark story with many twists:


One night, my little sister went missing.

There were searches, appeals. Everyone thought the worst. And then, miraculously, she came back. She couldn’t, or wouldn’t, say what had happened. But she wasn’t the same afterwards. She wasn’t my Annie.

Because sometimes my own little sister scared me to death . . .


The email arrives in my inbox:

I know what happened to your sister.

It’s happening again . . .




BD3.900 for GulfWeekly Book Club members

Pete Banning was Clanton’s favourite son, a returning war hero, the patriarch of a prominent family; a farmer, father, and a faithful member of the Methodist Church. Then one cool October morning in 1946, he rose early, drove into town, walked into the Church, and calmly shot and killed the Reverend Dexter Bell.

As if the murder wasn’t shocking enough, it was even more baffling that Pete’s only statement about it - to the sheriff, to his defense attorney, to the judge, to his family and friends and to the people of Clanton - was ‘I have nothing to say’.

What turned Pete from a pillar of the community into a cold-hearted killer? And why won’t he confide in anyone? All his closest family knows is that it must have been something devastating – and that the fallout will haunt them, and the town, for decades to come . . .

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