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Turning over new autumn leaves

Nadine O’Regan is your guide to the best books, both fiction and non-fiction, hitting the shelves this autumn

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

25th September, 2016
Bruce Springsteen

There’s no better time to curl up with a book than when the autumn leaves are falling and the days are growing colder and shorter.

Over the next three months, in the run-up to Christmas, expect to see some of the biggest names in Irish and international writing publish new books, offering up a tempting array of fiction and non-fiction, designed to spark the imagination, senses and intellect.

On the home front, Irish...

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