Here are the books I was supplied by my course. I have found them extremely helpful.
Organic Chemistry, Clayden Greaves.
Physical Chemistry, Engel and Reid.
Atkins - The Elements of Physical Chemistry, Oxford Uni. Press. (Very basic and helpful).
Inorganic Chemistry, Housecroft and Sharpe.
These books supposedly have everything you will need to complete an undergraduate course in Chemistry. I am currently just about to go in to my 3rd year and these books have covered everything (and in the case of Physical Chemistry, Engel and Reid) even higher level.
The Atkins has been brilliant for the basics and is very easily understandable but will lack in areas.
The Organic Chemistry is fantastic. It is full of well described mechanisms and beautifully organised. There are plenty of practice questions at the end of each section with a separate book with the model answers (an absolute must).
Inorganic Chemistry is also as good as the Organic Chemistry by Clayden Greaves et. al.
Hope you find some copies