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Books & Media brings you all the books that were reviewed in the press over the past week, where they were reviewed and when, plus our star rating reflecting the reviewers' opinions. We also show you extracts from the reviews, with links to the full reviews.
Most reviewed book this week is Charles Moore's official biography of the late Margaret Thatcher (Allen Lane), earning two 5-star reviews and five 4-star reviews across papers that embraced Conservative, Labour and Social Democrat sympathies.
Books & Media press page
The Sunday Telegraph lists five of the best books about gardening
The Times lists six of the best Enid Blyton books
The Daily Express has Danny Wallace's six favourite books
The Independent on Sunday has reasons to celebrate spring
The Mail on Sunday asks: Can women really be forced to break the law by their husbands?
In the Financial Times: Second thoughts - what happens when authors revisit their masterpieces?
The Guardian has six writers reflecting on the private passions that inform their work
In the Mail on Sunday, actress Emily Lloyd's memoirs, WISH I WAS THERE, are adapted over six pages. To view all the books that were extracted, serialised and adapted for the press during the last week, go here.
Scandinavian crime continues to fascinate UK audiences, and Arne Dahl's Bad Blood is the latest adaptation.
Find all the tie-in books, the programmes they're on and the times you can see them here.
The Woman's Hour Drama this week is CONFUSION, the third of Elizabeth Jane Howard's Cazalet novels.
For all of the radio tie-ins for the rest of this week and next, go here.
World War Z, in which Brad Pitt bought the rights, is based on the novel by Max Brooks (Duckworth).
For an overview of movie tie-in books for the next six months, go here.
Books and social networking
What are bloggers talking about this week? Updated weekly, our social networking page gives all the details about the books and authors being talked about on the internet.
For updates, go here.
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