Byline: RACHEL TINNISWOOD
What Could He Be Thinking? by Michael Gurian (thorsons element, pounds 8.99) HAVE you ever sat there, looked across at your partner, watched him eating crisps,drinking his pint and staring into space and wondered: ``What is he thinking?''
Well Michael Gurian will probably be able to tell you.
He's spent two decades carrying out neurobiological research and now offers a new vision of the male psyche, revealing there is scientific reasoning behind the strange things they do.
Why,for instance,do they obsess about electronic gadgets? Why do they get thrills from rushing red lights? And why on earth don't they talk about what's bothering them?
A fantastic insight into men's views on sex and relationships -that's,of course,if you really want to know in the first place.
William and Harry,by Ingrid Seward (headline, pounds 7.99) FOLLOWING the recent reports of Prince William and his alleged girlfriend,on top of the much reported antics of Prince Harry, you would be forgiven for thinking you know quite a bit about them.
The truth,of course, is that we still know so little about them.
This book tries to debunk some of the myths and give us a taste of the reality that is their lives.
From the death of their mother to their father's relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles, the boys have been through a great deal over the years.
This hugely informative book charts the progress of the two boys from the day the guns sounded to salute their births through to the present -and a different way of royal life. …