Read what you binge
Lure Netflix addicts away from the screen I’ll Be There For You: The One About Friends
BY KELSEY MILLER
( HANOVER, 304 PAGES, $ 33.50) This rewinds to the must-see TV years and dives into how the 1990s sitcom (and “the Rachel” haircut) became a phenomenon. Could it be any more up their alley?
The House Witch
BY ARIN MURPHY- HISCOCK ( ADAMS MEDIA,
256 PAGES, $ 22.99) A compendium of charms, crafts, everyday spells and herbalism to practise at home (just like cousin Ambrose).
Ma’am Darling: Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret
BY CRAIG BROWN
( FSG, 432 PAGES, $ 36.50) A cheeky, prismatic bio of the imperious misbehaving princess that’s saucy and (mostly) factual – just like The Crown.
The Moscow Sleepers
BY STELLA RIMINGTON ( BLOOMSBURY, 320 PAGES, $ 36) Who can you trust? Dame Stella, the former directorgeneral of MI5 (yep, she’s basically M) and author of the latest Liz Carlyle espionage escapade.
Dungeons and Dragons Art and Arcana
BY MICHAEL WITWER ET AL. ( TEN SPEED PRESS,
448 PAGES, $ 66) Expert D&D historians weigh in with this definitive visual history of the role-playing game, including paintings, ephemera and scripts.
Snoop Dogg: From Crook to Cook
BY SNOOP DOGG AND RYAN FORD ( CHRONICLE, 192 PAGES, $ 34.95) The rapper shares his unique cooking skills and favourite meals, including the original recipe for gin and juice. Martha had better watch out.
Text Me When You Get Home
BY KAYLEEN SCHAEFER ( DUTTON, 288 PAGES, $ 32) Dynamic duo Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein forged a powerful and complex bond onscreen; here, Kayleen Schaefer delves into female friendships, from her own to those in pop culture such as The Golden Girls, Pitch Perfect and the Ghostbusters reboot.