March 2020 Paperback Previews

A cornucopia of literary fiction is due to hit our shelves in March, from Bernardine Evaristo’s Booker- winning Girl, Woman, Other, to Ian McEwan’s take on AI, Machines Like Me, and Ali Smith’s latest seasonal instalment, Spring. Crime, both modern-day and historical, is also extremely strong this month: my personal favourite is Adrian McKinty’s kidnap- thriller The Chain, but there are new titles from David Baldacci, Alexander McCall Smith, Joseph Knox, and, intriguingly, Newt Gingrich. 

In non-fiction, Charlotte Bingham’s sequel to MI5 and Me is bound to be big, as are Brian Cox’s The Pl...

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