Book of the day: Winston Churchill's narrative history of the United States, with some additions taken from his speeches by his grandson (confusingly also called Winston Churchill). $15
The 2015 bestseller by American novelist Hanya Yanaghiara. Yours for $12.
If you like a plot twist or six, then here's a doozy. And only $8
Obvs the best birthday cake is the one decorated with chocolate fingers. But in case you need some other ideas, this is yours for $25.
The famed writer and columnist AN Wilson turns his eye to the (first) Queen Elizabeth. $10
The slings and arrows of life in India in the 1970s and 80s. $10
A fictionalised account of the murders of Thomas Kinnear and Nancy Montgomery in 1843. Catch the six episode miniseries on Netflix or the book is $9.
Book of the day: Winner of the Booker Prize in 1990. Subsequently a movie and a radio play. Neither of those is included but you can have the book for $12.
Likely to be the funniest book published in 2006, said the Guardian. Howard Johnson is "incapable of writing a predictable sentence". $12
"Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful". Yours for $10.
A classic horror. Good for these long winter evenings. $12
Roald Dahl short stories. Including the classic Lamb to the Slaughter. Spoiler: the cops eat the evidence! $10
Mysterious drownings in a English town. From the author of Girl on a Train. $10 and it is yours.
The Pulitzer Prize winning family saga chronicling the effect of a mutated gene on three generations of a Greek family. $10
For two years, Dr Chris Reid, asked his patients whether they would be happy having their photograph taken after their consultation was done. Here is one result. $30
Book of the day: A biography of Jane Austen, organised not chronologically but around objects or scenes from her life. $18
A recent coming of age novel from Italy. Won many prizes. $12
Book of the day: In which a famous writer records her family's efforts to eat for a year only what could be got locally. $12
Always wanted to be someone else? $10
Book of the day: Sixty interesting New Zealanders on what matters to them. $35