September 2019 Paperback Previews

Numbers contract this month as hardbacks march out onto shelves in preparation for Christmas: September is noticeably smaller in paperbacks than the summer months. There’s still room for some big hitters, though: Andrew Roberts’ biography of Churchill, which Penguin says has sold 60,000 copies in hardback; and the new Shardlake, Tombland.

Riches abound in true crime this September as well, from Sarah Weinman’s The Real Lolita, to Claire Harman’s Murder By the Book, and there are film tie-in editions due out for two major films out this autumn: Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep, and A J Finn’s Th...

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