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Best books of 2014

This year promises to be a treat for bookshelves, with new offerings from old favourites David Mitchell, Sarah Waters and Jojo Moyes, and some brand new authors who look set for stardom. We can’t wait until autumn for Lena Dunham and Vivienne Westwood’s first books, and fiction-wise we’ve picked out some war-time tear-jerkers, nail-biting thrillers and cracking historical fiction, as well as two well-loved classics that are getting a makeover. Read on for the best books of 2014.

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