Of all the simple halacha books I read in English, the one I liked best an which best matches the level of Laws of Daily Living is Shaarei Halachah by R Zeev Greenwald
If you want something more elaborate the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch is the real classic. In English there is an older edition from R Avraham Davis or a much better edition from artscroll (also exists on iPad and Android)
There is also a recent book which was originally written for yeshiva students as a set of "all the practical laws you need to know": Halacha 24/7/12. It is remarkable in that it is both broad, highly accessible to everyone, incredibly practical and actually interesting to read. In a number of places the author show pragmatism by writing "Artscroll says X but basic halacha is Y". The goal of the author is to show halacha is not "in the heaven or beyond the sea" but instead very approachable. It does cover in detail the laws of prayer and of daily living.