Morecambe Library’s non fiction top 10

The Wolf of Wall Street
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Morecambe Library this week takes a look at 10 of its popular non fiction titles, several of which are riding high in the film charts at the moment.

1 Hairy Bikers Asian Adventure –Si King & Dave Myers

The boys are back with more than 100 Asian dishes from home cooking to street snacks.

2 The Railway Man – Eric Lomax

The story of a man forced to work on the Burma-Siam Railway as a Prisoner of War, who many years later meets with one of his tormentors. A gripping read.

3 I Quit Sugar – Sarah Wilson

Ex-self confessed sugar addict Sarah Wilson lays out an eight-week programme with 108 sugar free recipes.

4 The Wolf Of Wall Street – Jordan Belfort

The story of one man’s rise from selling Italian ice-creams at 16 to making hundreds of millions on Wall Street and then have it all come crashing down.

5 Twelve Years A Slave – Solomon Northup

First published in 1853, this is the true story of a successful violinist who is kidnapped and sold into slavery..

6 Freedom From Emotional Eating – Paul McKenna

The number one cause of obesity in the Western World is emotional eating and Paul McKenna is on a mission to help people lose weight. This book also comes with a DVD and CD to help you on the way.

7 The Body Book – Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz shares her secrets for a healthy, happy and positive life.

8 Speed: How To Make Things Go Really Fast – Guy Martin

Guy Martin sets out to challenge four high speed records pushing himself and the boundaries of speed. As well as the history of the challenges, this book also looks at the science of speed.

9 The Living Years – Mike Rutherford

An autobiography from one of the founding members of Genesis. Mike Rutherford covers his time in Genesis and Mike and the Mechanics.

10 The Medicinal Chef: Healthy Every Day – Dale Pinnock

From healthy kebabs to green curry salmon burgers, this book contains more than 80 new and exciting recipes to try out.