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The best new book releases of 2015

2014 has been a phenomenal year for books, with fiction and non-fiction both lighting up the bestseller charts. So what will the New Year bring? 

We've had a look into our book-shaped crystal ball and can happily announce that there are dozens of wonderful books waiting to be read. With new writing from favourites like Kazuo Ishiguro, Toni Morrison and Jane Smiley as well as debut novels ready to make stars of their authors, there will be plenty to devour.

Take a look at what we're looking forward to, and get ready to add to that ever lengthy 'to-read' list.

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