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Great reads: Top gifts for bookworms this Christmas

With Christmas on its way, coming up with gift ideas can be a challenge - but if your nearest and dearest enjoy a good read, we've got the best books on offer this year.

Whether it's for your mum, dad, sister, brother, or children here are the top books on sale from Eason this festive season.

Books for her:

My Life by Gloria Hunniford

Price: £7.49

What: Gloria Hunniford is one of Northern Ireland's best-loved television hosts - yet her journey to the top was far from simple.

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What Happened by Hillary Clinton

Price: £9.99

What: Hillary Rodham Clinton reveals what she was thinking and feeling during one of the most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections in history.

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Fairytale by Danielle Steel

Price: £6.99

What: Camille Lammenais' fairytale world ends suddenly with her mother’s death. Six months later she is shocked by the news that her father intends to remarry

At My Table by Nigella Lawson

Price: £16.99

What: All the inspiring, achievable and delicious recipes from Nigella's BBC TV series.

The Break by Marian Keyes

Price: £7.49

What: Amy's husband Hugh says he isn't leaving her. He still loves her, he's just taking a break - from their marriage, their children and, most of all, from their life together.

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Books for him

The Midnight Line by Lee Child

Price: £7.49

What: Jack Reacher takes an aimless stroll past a pawn shop in a small Midwestern town. In the window he sees a West Point class ring from 2005. Why would someone give it up? Reacher tracks the ring back to its owner, step by step, down a criminal trail leading west.

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The Good Fight by Jim McDowell

Price: £11.99

What: In 1969 in Northern Ireland, rookie reporter Jim McDowell was beginning a life at the heart of one of world's most notorious and bitter conflicts.

Life to the Limit by Jenson Button

Price: £7.49

What: Jenson Button on growing up as part of a motor-racing-mad family and his Formula 1 career.

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The Pursuit of Perfection by Donal McAnallen

Price: £9.99

What: In March 2004, GAA Cormac McAnallen died suddenly of an undetected heart condition. His brother Dónal McAnallen draws upon Cormac's diaries and frank self-assessments, and his own memories of their experiences.

What Does This Button Do? by Bruce Dickinson

Price: £7.49

What: Bruce Dickinson - Iron Maiden's legendary front man - is one of the world's most iconic singers and songwriters. But there are many strings to Bruce's bow as he reveals in this autobiography.

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Books for children:

Bad Dad by David Walliams

Price: £5.49

What: A high-speed cops and robbers adventure with heart and soul about a father and son taking on the villainous Mr Big.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 12  - The Getaway by Jeff Kinney

Price: £6.49

What: To escape the stress of the holidays, the Heffleys decide to get out of town and go to a resort instead of celebrating Christmas at home. But what's billed as a stress-free vacation becomes a holiday nightmare.

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Guinness World Records 2018 by Guinness World Records

Price: £9.99

What: The record-breaking record annual is back and full of incredible accomplishments, spectacular stunts, cutting-edge science and amazing sporting achievements.

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Dork Diaries 12 by Rachel Renee Russell

Price: £8.99

What: Nikki Maxwell has never been popular but, now she's started at a new school, she's hoping to leave her old dorky ways behind.

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Hetty Feather's Christmas by Jacqueline Wilson

Price: £10.99

What: Cosy up for Christmas with this brand-new festive story, starring everyone's favourite Victorian foundling, Hetty Feather.

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