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Most borrowed non-fiction authors

Most popular adult non-fiction

Below are the most borrowed adult non-fiction authors from Medway Libraries. You can also discover the most borrowed non-fiction books.

Philip MacDougall

A century of Chatham : events, people and places over the last 100 years by Philip MacDougallHistorian and writer, books covering Medway's rich and varied history.

Website: www.philipmacdougallbooks.co.uk

Read an eBook sample of Chatham Dockyard: The Rise and Fall of a Military Industrial Complex



Ben Macintyre

Double Cross by Ben MacintyreBritish author, historian, and columnist writing for The Times newspaper.

Website: http://pages.bloomsbury.com/ben-macintyre

Read an eBook sample of Agent Zigzag or Operation Mincemeat




Alan Titchmarsh

Allotment Gardening by Alan titchmarshEnglish gardener, broadcaster and novelist.

Website: www.alantitchmarsh.com




Jennifer Worth

Farewell to the East End by Jennifer WorthBritish nurse and musician who wrote a trilogy of memoirs about her work as a midwife the East End of London in the 1950s.





David "Dave" Myers and Simon "Si" King

The Hairy Bikers Big Book of BakingCollectively known as the Hairy Bikers, British television presenters and celebrity chefs.

Website: www.hairybikers.com




Gordon Ramsay OBE

Gordan Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery CourseBritish chef, businessman, entrepreneur, television personality and restaurateur.

Website: www.gordonramsay.com




William Shakespeare

ShakespeareEnglish poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist.




Gervase Phinn 

Over Hill and Dale by Gervase PhinnEnglish author and educator. He has published five volumes of autobiography, collections of poetry and a number of books about education.

Website: www.gervase-phinn.com



Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Hugh's three good things-- on a plate by Hugh Fearnley-WhittingstallBritish celebrity chef, television personality, journalist, food writer and "real food" campaigner.

Website: www.rivercottage.net




Cathy Glass 

Another Forgotten Child by Cathy GlassBritish author, freelance writer and foster carer.

Website: www.cathyglass.co.uk






To find out which library has these in stock, phone 01634 337799 or visit the online catalogue.