The Best of Hardback Fiction
includes well-known authors:
, John Grisham; Blue Moon
, Lee Child; The
Benefit of Hindsight
, Susan Hill; The Giver of Stars
Moyes; Agent Running in the Field
, John Le Carré; Agatha
Raisin: Beating about the Bush
, M.C Beaton; Grand
, Zadie Smith; Akin
, Emma Donoghue; Olive, Again
The Brothers York: An English Tragedy, Thomas
Penn; Short History of London, Simon Jenkins.
Biography and Autobiography
Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister, Juan Chang (author of Wild Swans); An Improbable Life by Trevor McDonald; Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA, Amaryllis Fox (soon to be a major film); Me, Elton John; ‘Twas the Nightshift before Christmas, Adam Kay (Author of This is Going to Hurt); Margaret Thatcher, Herself Alone Volume III, Charles Moore; The Gunzburgs, Lorraine de Meaux. Speaking of Golf and a Few Other Things, Peter Alliss.
On the Plain of Snakes: A Mexican Road Trip, Paul Theroux; The Summer Isles: A Voyage of the Imagination, Philip Marsden.
Turning the Boat for Home: A Life Writing about Nature, Richard Mabey and The Private Life of the Hare, John Lewis-Stempel.
The Body: A Guide for Occupants, Bill Bryson and Seven Worlds, One Planet, Foreword by Sir David Attenborough.
Greenfeast: Autumn, Winter, Nigel Slater, Marcus Everyday, Marcus Wareing.
Secret Diary of Boris Johnson, Aged 13, Lucien Young; Best of Matt 2019, Matt Pritchett; Really?, Jeremy Clarkson, My A–Z of Cricket, Henry Blofield and Private Eye Annual, edited by Ian Hislop.
Up to 5 years: Meerkat Christmas, Emily Gravett; The Snow Dragon, Abi Elphinstone and Fiona Woodcock, All You Need is Love
Chichester Clark, Oi
Puppies, Kes Gray.
For 9 to 12 years: The
Frances Hardinge; The
Places I’ve Cried in
Public, Holly Bourne,
and The Secret
Commonwealth: The Book of Dust Vol. ll, Philip Pullman.