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The best books coming in 2023


by Amanda Cassidy
07th Jan 2023
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In a world of continuous instability, the steady churn of new books from brilliant authors remains one of the few things we can count on. From essential new fiction from Liz Nugent and celebrity books that are causing a buzz across international literary fairs, there's something for everyone. Read on...

Celebrity writing – from Katie Price Prince Harry is having a moment this year. After Richard Osman’s huge success with The Thursday Murder Club series, publishers are beating a path to buy celebrity-authored novels. This year Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas will write two novels with Sheila McClure. Meanwhile, musical theatre’ Michael Ball is publishing a fiction series Elsewhere trends are veering towards the retelling of tales from Greek and Ronan times while woman...

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