The Sex Myth
The first book written after Brooke was revealed as Belle... combining her insight in the fields of sex and science with a sharp assessment about how such topics are represented - and misrepresented - in media today.
“Powerful… constructively controversial.” Hannah Betts, Telegraph
Intimate Adventures of ...
The book that started the worldwide Belle phenomenon! Based on award-winning diaries, this memoir records a thoroughly complicated, unique year in the life of a very modern call girl.
"The thinking man's dream girl" Clive James, Radio 4
Further Adventures of...
The UK bestselling follow-up to 2005's Intimate Adventures, this book finds Belle and her friends on another witty, gritty, and utterly unabashed romp around London.
"Belle is wickedly witty and you'll pick up a kinky trick or three on the way." Cosmopolitan
Belle de Jour's Guide to Men
This hilarious primer on how to court romance the not-so-old fashioned way is stuffed with bad date horror stories, tongue-in-cheek advice, and tips on how to know when to chuck the loser. A must-read!
"Full of refreshing comedy and eye-watering advice...Belle's candid humour is compulsive." Katy Guest, Independent
The Turning Tide
The eagerly awaited first crime novel from forensic scientist and former call girl Brooke Magnanti. A chilling tale that follows a housewife's accidental discovery that her marriage, and the headline news, is not all it seems. From Scotland to London, this cosnpiracy just might go to the very heart of government...
Playing the Game
Based on the award-winning bestselling memoirs, this novel imagines what life would have been like if Belle never left London... with hilarious, and as always, straight-talking wit and wisdom.
"Pure class." Boyd Tonkin, Independent
"formerly known as
Belle de Jour"
In this hilarious and touching collection of columns and essays, Brooke reflects on everything from media sex scandals, to romps in the Pentagon, to the history and politics of anonymity.
"Bold and funny... full of insightful observations written by a woman working hard to find her place in the world." Waterstones Book Quarterly
You Don't Know Me
Miri Goldstein was a call girl with connections to powerful men. Now that she's dead, some can breathe more easily. But the grave is not good at keeping secrets. Police think they have their killer but controversial pathologist Harriet Hitchin is certain they made a mistake. If she’s wrong, it will end her career. If she’s right it could cost her life.