This page lists books by writers interviewed on Saturday Morning with Kim Hill, or books discussed by Kim and a guest. Books are usually published in the current year, or the one previous, except where noted. The most recent programme is at the top.

30 November

The Poisoner’s Handbook
by Deborah Blum
(Penguin, ISBN: 978-0-14311-882-4)

Creature Comforts: New Zealanders and Their Pets
by Nancy Swarbrick
(Otago University Press, ISBN: 978-1-877578-61-8)

23 November

The Serpent’s Promise: The Bible Retold as Science
by Steve Jones
(Little, Brown, ISBN: 978-1-40870-285-7)

Reform: A Memoir
by Geoffrey Palmer
(Victoria University Press, ISBN: 978-0-86473-905-6)

Kate’s Klassic
Love in a Cold Climate
by Nancy Mitford
(Penguin, ISBN: 978-0-14-103744-8)

16 November (guest host Richard Langston)

The Beatles: Tune In
by Mark Lewisohn
(Little, Brown, ISBN: 978-0-316-72960-4)

From Earth's End: The Best of New Zealand Comics
by Adrian Kinnaird
(Random House, 978-1-86979-995-3)

When Did You See Her Last?
by Lemony Snicket
(Hardie Grant, ISBN: 978-1-74297-297-8)
Also author of the series, A Series of Unfortunate Events

Tragedy at Pike River Mine: How and Why 29 Men Died
by Rebecca Macfie
(Awa Press, ISBN: 978-1-877551-90-1)

9 November (guest host Noelle McCarthy)

Dear Vincent
by Mandy Hager
(Random House, ISBN: 978-1-77553-3276)

Peter McLeavey: The Life and Times of a New Zealand Art Dealer
by Jill Trevelyan
(Te Papa Press, ISBN: 978-0-9876688-4-4)

Modern: New Zealand Homes from the 1940s to the 1970s
by Jeremy Hansen:
(Godwit, ISBN: 9781775534839)

Jeeves and the Wedding Bells
by Sebastian Faulks
(Hutchinson, ISBN: 978-0-091-95405-5)

2 November (guest host Megan Whelan and

The Vampire in Contemporary Popular Literature
by Lorna Piatti-Farnell
(Routledge, ISBN: 978-0-415-82301-2)

The Princess and the Foal
by Stacy Gregg
(HarperCollins, ISBN 978-0-00746-902-4)