March 2022 Paperback Preview

This is another HUGE month for paperbacks: just look at the sheer quantity of thrillers which await in March, from the absolutely traumatising Next of Kin (baby left in back seat of car... doesn’t end well) by Kia Abdullah to Charles Cumming’s spy thriller Judas 62, and Erin Kelly’s twisty ballet mystery Watch Her Fall. There are a lot of big names in our Top Sellers, too, from Mrs Hinch to Lee Child, and watch out for the reissue of Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt, which marks the launch of the BBC adaptation starring Ben Whishaw. I’d also note the seventh novel in the late Lucinda Riley’...

This is subscriber-only content

Not a subscriber? Get unrestricted access to all the news, charts, previews, data & analysis by subscribing from as little as £3 per week.

Why Subscribe?

Every issue of The Bookseller magazine

Unlimited access to (single user)

The Bookseller e-edition app for tablet and mobile

Subscriber-only newsletters

Twice yearly Buyer's Guides worth £50

Discounts on The Bookseller Awards and Conferences

Click here to subscribe now