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New Year New You


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Straight out of the gate, Nathan Hill’s panoramic The Nix is bagging enviable attention – the New York Times comparing it to David Foster Wallace and Pynchon, The Observer being slightly more measured toward its vast ambition but concluding that 'there is no denying the inventive wit and energy’ to win over its huge, expectant audience.

Little Deaths is everywhere; Emma Flint’s debut caused a flurry of initial agent interest and this real-life retelling of a 1960s case of missing children is classic, up until the early hours stuff, with a superb anti-heroine at its core - the current Sunday Times book of the month.Just two highlights from what's already shaping up to be a cracking publishing season.


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