New American Writing
New American Writing
New American Writing

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As we edge into the year, more and more robust non-fiction is sweeping in – the sublime Bettany Hughes ploughs all her trademark love of the subject into Istanbul; meanwhile historian Katherine Hughes (we assume, no relation!) unpicks the nineteenth century body-conscious in the revealing Victorians Undone; and Jan Rüger is on blistering form as he considers the now somewhat unloved, but once bitterly contested, Heligoland.

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 a clutch of highlights from what's already shaping up to be a cracking publishing season.


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