Saturday October 24, 2020

Tomes are where the heart is: Autumn books

Political tell-alls to compelling fiction, confectionery cookbooks to sporting memoirs: Nadine O’Regan's guide to the best new titles hitting shelves this autumn

20th August, 2017
Hillary Clinton looks back at her unsuccessful presidential campaign

It’s rarely easy to pick out a literary superstar ahead of time. Although booksellers are busily ordering new books in bulk, when it comes to the next literary phenomenon of 2017, no one truly knows which book will shift copies in the millions.

Will the new Hillary Clinton memoir fly out of the shops, or sink like a stone? Will the new Blindboy Boatclub short story collection become the must-read Irish fiction of the...

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