The Waterstones Round Up: April's Best Books
As we settle into spring, it's time to welcome another beguiling batch of fresh publishing from across all genres. The great Haruki Murakami returns with a scintillating collection of stories, whilst Mel Giedroyc delivers her delightfully witty debut novel and Saima Mir's The Khan stakes its claim as one of the touchstone crime thrillers of the year. Meanwhile, non-fiction is bursting with goodies, from Tim Marshall's wonderfully accessible blend of geography and geopolitics to Anita Sethi's powerful account of the healing power of nature and the Reverend Richard Coles's deeply moving memoir of grief and loss.
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