This autumn, we hope you'll find a book that's good for what ails you. And no better place to start than The Novel Cure, a quirky reference book chock full of literary remedies for almost any complaint.
For your crime fix, we have the Laidlaw trilogy from the godfather of Scottish crime William McIlvanney, Safe as Houses from bestselling Dutch author Simone van der Vlugt, and the true story of Scandanavia's most notorious serial killer, Thomas Quick.
To ease both body and soul, we recommend you journey to 18th century Japan with Night Boat, or have a look at the fully rebranded backlist of our breathtaking author Ruth Ozeki.
If it's good, old-fashioned expression you're after, Simon Garfield has written an intriguing history of the letter – and shows why it's still relevant to our lives.
For laughs, there will be our old favourites – Simon's Cat and Peanuts.
For flat out amazing story-telling, check out the riotous, outrageous Let the Games Begin by Niccolo Ammaniti, or the much-anticipated new novel from Margaret Drabble, The Pure Gold Baby.
And, if you love a good secret, get ready for the secret J.J. Abrams' Project – we'll leak all we know as soon as we can!
Finally, if all else fails, feel free to join Karl Pilkington in The Moaning of Life. We'll understand.
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