We have tried to bring in some interesting gift ideas to fit all appetites, even those who do not love mystery novels. New York Times Bestselling author Shea Serrano has two coffee table style books The Rap Yearbook and this years Basketball and Other Things. Both are great looking, humorous and colourful; perfect for anyone on your list whose typical reading stems from magazines or shorter works on popular culture, even if they are interested in neither basketball, nor hip-hop music.
For the Potter-heads, we have a wide range of options, including the newly released Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, as well as the British Library's Harry Potter: A Journey Through A History of Magic.
We also have a range of colouring books, cooking books, and travelogues that can appeal to a wide range of moods, types and styles. Len Deighton's Action Cookbook, for example, is a wonderful resource for the culinarily challenged, as it does not just include recipes, but instructions on how to stock a kitchen, directed especially at bachelors. Although the contents are more focused on the kitchens of London in the Swinging Sixties, and the majority of us are no longer using iceboxes, or unfamiliar with in house refrigerators, it also includes the cartoon strips that Deighton drew to accompany these tips to better illustrate the concepts he describes.