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Hot new books of November

The clocks have gone back, the weather's got a new chill and we want nothing more than to curl up in bed with a mug of tea and one these exciting new book releases. From Julian Barnes' collection of literary essays to Rachel Johnson's much discussed book on a pre-World War II Munich finishing school, there's plenty to devour from the book charts this month.

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