To Be Where You Are by Jan Karon

In fiction, as in real life, there are no guarantees. Newlywed characters Dooley and Lace Kavanagh face a crisis that devastates their bank account and impacts their family vet practice. In this book, Karon weaves together the richly comic and compelling lives of two Kavanagh families, and a cast of characters that readers around the world now love like kin.

Still Me by Jojo Moyes

Lou Clark knows too many things but what she doesn't know is that she is about to meet someone who is going to turn her whole life upside down. The author’s work never fails to bring a smile to one’s face with her honesty, humour and empathy about what it is to be human, which makes this book a must-read.

They Ask You Answer by Marcus Sheridan

This book is a straightforward guide to fixing your current marketing strategy, where author Marcus Sheridan's pool company struggled after the housing collapse, turning away millions of dollars in business they simply cannot accommodate every year. How did he manage it is what this book is about, as it shows one how Marcus's strategy can work for your business, and how to use your keyboard to bring customers through the door.

The Magic by Rhonda Byrne

In this book a great mystery from a sacred text is revealed, and with this knowledge, the author takes the reader on a life-changing journey of 28 days. Step by step, day-by-day, secret teachings, revelations, and scientific laws are brought together to form 28 simple practices that open the reader's eyes to a new world and lead them to a dream life.

How India Sees The World by Shyam Saran

Shyam Saran looks at India’s neighbourhood and the changing wider world through this lens and arrives at fascinating conclusions, wherein the claims that the world is hurtling towards Chinese unipolarity are overblown; international borders are becoming irrelevant as climate change and cyber terror bypass them; and that India shouldn’t hold its breath for a resolution to its border disputes with China and Pakistan in the foreseeable future.

Teenage Fitness by Kathy Kaehler

Kathy Kaehler is one of Hollywood's most sought-after trainers and fitness experts. What Kathy has done for Julia Roberts, Drew Barrymore, Cindy Crawford and many other celebrities, is what she tries to do for you with the help of this book.

Obama’s Wars by Bob Woodward

Woodward's book draws from hundreds of interviews with key administration figures, their deputies and other firsthand sources. The book is also based on extensive documentation, including internal memos, letters, chronologies and meeting notes. Woodward has structured the book to answer questions like how does Obama govern? And how does he balance the numerous pressures of the contemporary presidency?

Fault Lines by Raghuram G. Rajan

The author was one of the few economists who warned of the global financial crisis before it hit. Now, as the world struggles to recover, it is tempting to blame what happened on a few greedy bankers who took irrational risks and left the rest of us to foot the bill. In this book, he argues that serious flaws in the economy are also to blame, and warns that a potentially more devastating crisis awaits us if they aren't fixed.