Saturday December 14, 2019

Turn over a new leaf for autumn

As the nights close in, readers are in for a treat as some of the biggest names in the publishing world release new work

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
6th September, 2015
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The summer may have left us (in truth, did it ever arrive?), but the consolations of autumn are many, and nowhere more so than in the books world, where the falling of leaves spells the arrival of new work from some of the world’s most important authors.

Now that dark evenings are rolling in, publishers are gearing up to release books by their biggest names, confident that the public are more likely to...

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