If you've enjoyed Daphne Du Maurier reading, or have enjoyed looking at the covers of her works this week, then I'd really recommend the final two DDM VMCs to you.
500 - The Rebecca Notebook. I absolutely love this book, and if you loved Rebecca, then you must get your hands on a copy of this title. Here DDM describes the formulation of her bestseller - an early plot outline, the original epilogue, and how she developed her ideas. Originally Maxim De Winter was called Henry! It also includes some memoir/autobiographical material.
504 - Myself when young. This is DDM's early autobiography, based on diaries from the period 1920-1932. It provides a wonderful portrait of the writer and demonstrates how much she loves Cornwall, whilst filling in some of the details of her life - her childhood, education, publication of her first book, and marriage, and sharing with us information about family relationships.
(If you're really interested in DDM's life, it's worth mentioning Flavia Young's A daughter's memoir, and the outstanding biography by Margaret Forster to read).