Non-fiction Reading Challenge 2016

A bit slow in getting this page organised as it is already April but I have been completing my challenge so can now add some books to the page.  My aim is to concentrate on reading non-fiction this year but I will still read fiction.  I couldn’t be without my fiction reading.

Many of the books I have read will not have reviews but I will add them to the list as well.  There will only be a link if the book title is in blue.

Spycatcher by Peter Wright

Dough – Simple Contemporary Bread by Richard Bertinet

Hazel’s Journey – a personal experience of Alzheimer’s by Sue Pieters-Hawke

Hitler’s Scientists- Science, War and the Devil’s Pact by John Cornwell

Open – Andre Agassi

JFK The Smoking Gun – Colin McLaren

The Anticool Girl – Rosie Waterland

When your body aches – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

The Diet Myth – Tim Spector

The Fictional Woman – Tara Moss

Wardrobe Crisis – How we went from Sunday best to fast fashion – Clare Press

Eat by Choice not by Habit – Sylvia Haskvitz

You Staying Young -Michael Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz

Rod Laver – a memoir – Rod Laver

Parky my autobiography – Michael Parkinson

Why be happy when you could be normal? Jeanette Winterson