Six of the Best New Books Including Prince Harry's Most Anticipated Memoir
A great New Year's resolution could be to read more in 2023, but don’t worry if you think you’ll run out of book ideas
Prince Harry The Duke of Sussex
In possibly one of the most anticipated memoirs of 2023, Prince Harry will tell his side of the story about life within the Royal Family. Spare is, reportedly, full of insight, self-examination and wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief. It’s sure to be an interesting read.
Margaret Atwood et al
Set in a Lower East Side tenement in the early days of the pandemic, Fourteen Days is a heartwarming novel with an unusual twist. Each character has been secretly written by a different, major literary voice, from Margaret Atwood and Douglas Preston to Dave Eggers and Celeste Ng. The tenants gather on the rooftop and tell stories (therefore becoming real neighbours), proving how the pandemic brought communities together.
The Extra Mile
This inspirational memoir of a Rugby League legend documents not just Kevin’s sporting achievements but also the heroism he has displayed in raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease in honour of his best friend and fellow rugby star Rob Burrow. Read more about his heroic efforts at livingnorth.com.
The Thursday Murder Club 4 Richard Osman
Prepare for a new mystery when the fourth book in the Thursday Murder Club series, from million-copy bestselling author Richard Osman, is released in 2023. We’re promised the members of the Thursday Murder Club will be presented with their ‘most thorny’ case yet.
Fight For Your Life
Following Amir Khan’s retirement from the sport in May, in this new book, he’ll reflect on his boxing career that spanned 27 years. A role model for his Pakistani heritage, his Bolton upbringing and British sport, he’ll also share stories from life outside of the ring.
The Wake-Up Call
It’s the busiest season of the year, but Forest Manor Hotel is falling apart. The hotel won’t stay afloat beyond Christmas without some sort of miracle. But when Izzy returns a guest’s lost wedding ring, the reward convinces management that this might be the solution. With four rings still sitting in lost property, the race is on, but Izzy and Lucas need to put their differences aside, and that won’t prove so easy.
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