We've got copies of some of Elliott and Thompson's best titles available to win in our special 'stocking filler' competition. There's something for everyone - if quirky humour is your thing, we've got John Rentoul's Listellany, a collection of eclectic top tens from 'Great Bands With Terrible Names' to 'Most English Remarks of All Time'. To whet your appetite, you can find a sample of the lists at www.listellany.com.
Golf fans should jump at the chance to get Oliver Horovitz's An American Caddie in St Andrews. A witty account of Ollie's training to become a caddie on the most prestigious course in the 'Home of Golf', no golfer should be without a copy this Christmas.
For classical music aficionados, there's the Classic FM Quiz Book by Darren Henley and Tim Lihoreau. With questions ranging from 'what did Tchaikovsky study at university' to whose last words was simply "MOZART!", this book will test even the most knowledgeable music maestros.
For those with a penchant for scientific trivia, David Bradley's Deceived Wisdom offers some terrific dismantlings of 'oft-cited truths' and 'received wisdom'. Looking at everything from whether drinking tea can cool you down to why your mobile phone won't give you cancer, Deceived Wisdom is chock full of these falsehoods which Bradley expertly debunks in a clear and witty style.
Finally, Robert Hutton's Would They Lie To You is the essential guide to 'uncommunication', those vital life skills that involve navigating that grey area between the truth and an outright lie. Boris Johnson called it 'the irresistible vade mecum of every prangmeister and cock-up artist.'
For your chance to win one of these gems, email your name, address and email address to info at eandtbooks dot com (subject: Stocking%20Fillers) with the subject line 'Stocking Fillers'. Five lucky winners will be chosen at random on the 19th of December and their chosen book will be posted in time for Christmas. Have a look at these and other perfect Christmas ideas on the E&T books page.