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Waterstones Book of the Year 2014

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton - Waterstones Book of the Year for 2014. 

"Overall, an awesome, fast flowing piece of historical fiction with almost the right amount of the supernatural to make things a bit magical. This is the debut of the year, perfect for those eagerly awaiting the next Sarah Waters release, Jessie Burton is one to watch!"

Emma Prince, Waterstones Southampton West Quay

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2015 Folio Prize for Fiction shortlist announced

2015 Folio Prize for Fiction shortlist announced

This afternoon at an event at the British Library, the shortlist for the Folio Prize for Fiction 2015 was announced. Now in it's second year, the prize aims to recognise the best offerings in literature and is open to all genres and all forms of fiction. See below the cut for the eight titles on this year's shortlist.

Harper Lee to publish a second novel, fifty-five years after To Kill A Mockingbird.

Harper Lee to publish a second novel, fifty-five years after To Kill A Mockingbird.

Well, this is unexpected. Harper Lee, famously reclusive author of To Kill a Mockingbird, is to publish a sequel titled Go Set a Watchman on 14th July.

Introducing Quick Reads 2015

Introducing Quick Reads 2015

Today sees the official publication day of six brand new books from literacy charity Quick Reads.

Delve into our huge range of Fiction books, spanning the novels of Austen and Dickens, to the historical fiction of C.J. Sansom, via literary fiction by Ian McEwan, Martin Amis, Will Self and Irvine Welsh. Not forgetting, of course, the classic fiction in the Penguin Classics and the Vintage Classics series.