List of books from the Richard & Judy Book Club

List of books from the Richard & Judy Book Club

The following is a list of books from the Richard & Judy Book Club, which feature on the popular television chat show.

*Monica Ali - " Brick Lane"
*Martina Cole - "The Know"
*William Dalrymple - "White Mughals"
*Zoe Heller - "Notes on a Scandal"
*David Nicholls - "Starter for Ten"
*Joseph O'Connor - "Star of the Sea"
*Alice Sebold - "The Lovely Bones" ("winner")
*Asne Seierstad - "The Bookseller of Kabul"
*Nigel Slater - ""
*Adriana Trigiani - "Lucia, Lucia"

*William Brodrick - "The Sixth Lamentation"
*Paula Byrne - ""
*Justin Cartwright - "The Promise of Happiness"
*Karen Joy Fowler - "The Jane Austen Book Club"
*Chris Heath - ""
*David Mitchell - "Cloud Atlas" ("winner")
*Audrey Niffenegger - "The Time Traveler's Wife"
*Jodi Picoult - "My Sister's Keeper"
*Andrew Taylor - "The American Boy"
*Carlos Ruiz Zafón - "The Shadow of the Wind"

*Julian Barnes - "Arthur & George"
*Richard Benson - "The Farm"
*Geraldine Brooks - "March"
*Michael Connelly - "The Lincoln Lawyer"
*Martin Davies - "The Conjurer's Bird"
*Nicole Krauss - "The History of Love"
*Anchee Min - "Empress Orchid"
*Kate Mosse - "Labyrinth" ("winner")
*Eva Rice - "The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets"
*Andrew Smith - "Moondust"

*Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - "Half of a Yellow Sun"
*William Boyd - "Restless"
*A.M. Homes - "This Book Will Save Your Life"
*Lori Lansens - "The Girls"
*James Robertson - "The Testament of Gideon Mack"
*Griff Rhys Jones - "Semi-detached"
*Jed Rubenfeld - "The Interpretation of Murder" ("winner")
*Catherine Ryan Hyde - "Love in the Present Tense"

*Danny Scheinmann - "Random Acts of Heroic Love"
*Katharine McMahon - "Rose of Sebastopol"
*Roger Jon Ellory - "A Quiet Belief in Angels"
*Patrick Gale - "Notes from an Exhibition"
*Joshua Ferris - "Then We Came to the End"
*Mark Slouka - "Visible World"
*Lloyd Jones - "Mister Pip"
*Tim Butcher - "Blood River"
*Peter Ho Davies - "The Welsh Girl"
*Khaled Hosseini - "A Thousand Splendid Suns" ("winner")

"Summer Book Club"2004
*Jennifer Donnelly - "A Gathering Light"
*P. J. Tracy - "Want to Play?"
*Cecelia Ahern - "PS, I Love You"
*Maile Meloy - "Liars and Saints"
*Ben Richards - "The Mermaid and the Drunks"
*Bella Pollen - "Hunting Unicorns"

*Karen Quinn - "The Ivy Chronicles"
*George Hagen - "The Laments"
*Anthony Capella - "The Food Of Love"
*Susan Fletcher- "Eve Green"
*Ben Sherwood - "The Life and Death of Charlie St Cloud"
*David Wolstencroft - "Good News, Bad News"

*Jim Lynch - "The Highest Tide"
*Sam Bourne - "The Righteous Men"
*Victoria Hislop - "The Island"
*Dorothy Koomson - "My Best Friend's Girl"
*Elisabeth Hyde - "The Abortionist's Daughter"
*Elizabeth Kostova - "The Historian"

*Kim Edwards - "The Memory Keeper's Daughter"
*Simon Kernick - "Relentless"
*Kate Morton - "The House at Riverton"
*Paul Torday - "Salmon Fishing In The Yemen"
*Jane Fallon - "Getting Rid of Matthew"
*Mark Mills - "The Savage Garden"
*Jonathan Tropper - "How to talk to a Widower"
*Mary Lawson - "The Other Side of The Bridge"

*Sadie Jones - "The Outcast"
*Linwood Barclay - "No Time for Goodbye"
*Julia Gregson - "East of the Sun"
*John Hart - "Down River"
*Margret Cezair - "The Pirate's Daughter"
*Rebecca Miller - "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee"
*Toni Jordan - "Addition"
*James Bradley - "The Resurrectionist"

"Children's Book Club"In 2007, Richard and Judy hosted a special Children's Book Club edition of the show as part of Channel 4's "Lost For Words" season. The featured books were chosen with the help of pupils from several schools around the UK. [cite web |url=,,2198257,00.html |title=Richard and Judy turn attention to children |accessdate=2008-01-09 |date=2007-10-24 |publisher=The Guardian] [cite web |url= |title=Richard and Judy cast spell on children's books |accessdate=2008-01-09 |date=2007-10-24 |publisher=The Telegraph]

* 5+ / Early :
** Claire Freedman & Ben Cort - "Aliens Love Underpants"
** Sally Grindley & Lindsey Gardiner - "Poppy and Max and the Fashion Show"
* 7+ / Developing :
** Andrew Cope - "Spy Dog"
** Betty G. Birney - "The World According to Humphrey"
* 9+ / Confident :
** Mark Walden - "H.I.V.E. Higher Institute of Villainous Education"
** Derek Landy - "Skulduggery Pleasant"
* 12+ / Fluent :
** Sophie McKenzie - "Girl, Missing"
** Robert Muchamore - ""

External links

* [ "Richard & Judy" - Book Club]

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