September 2020: Paperback Previews

There are some big paperbacks lined up for September, particularly in fiction—Margaret Atwood and Harlan Coben, Lucy Foley, Ben Lerner and Jessie Burton— with books delayed from earlier in the summer now scheduled for this month. Will we have a return to normality by then, on high streets, in offices, in schools? We can only cross our fingers, and plan for it.

Non-fiction is hard-hitting, whether that’s Chanel Miller’s Know My Name, Hashi Mohamed’s People Like Us, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton’s The Book of Gutsy Women, Edward Snowden’s Permanent Record or Derek Owusu’s timely Safe, an antho...

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