Great food and drink books available from the Book People

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With lots of great ideas to tickle even the most demanding tastebuds, there really is something for everyone among the huge collection of food and drink books at leading online literature retailer the Book People.

Anyone who fancies themselves as a bit of a wine buff can't afford to miss The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson, which is now on sale at the Book People for just £15 - a saving of £60 on the recommended retail price. The book features useful infographic illustrations and extensive information about the various types of wines on the market.

Drawing on their extensive knowledge of wine, Johnson and Robinson explore the world of wine in exhaustive detail - even including more than 215 detailed maps covering the most important wine-producing regions around the world.

"Christmas is only just around the corner, and if that isn't a good excuse to indulge yourself then we don't know what is," said Rachael Williams, editor at the Book People. "We've got a whole host of amazing books full of great food and drink ideas - so anyone who's looking for some fresh suggestions is sure to find plenty to keep them occupied from the Book People."

From delicious roast dinners to indulgent desserts, there's plenty to warm the cockles in the Book People's huge food and drink collection. This includes books from some of the best-known chefs on TV, such as Michel Roux Jr, Nigel Slater and Gordon Ramsay, as well as many more besides.

Plus, anyone wants to make an early start on their Christmas shopping is bound to find some outstanding stocking fillers by clicking the link and browsing the selection of cookery books available: http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?categoryId=48151&storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId=100.

Find out more about what the Book People has to offer by paying a visit to the website at http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk.

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