The 50 best winter reads
From bestselling thrillers to prize-winning comedies, Kate Watson-Smyth gets the experts’ verdict on the hottest books to curl-up with - whatever your literary leaning
Saturday 13 November 2010
This week’s panel
Tom Sutcliffe, television critic of ‘The Independent’ and Booker Prize judge;
Rebecca Armstrong, deputy features editor of ‘The Independent’, crime fiction addict and bookworm;
Greg Eden, online content editor of Waterstones;
David Miller, director of literary agency Rogers, Coleridge & White Ltd. His novel ‘Today’ will be published by Atlantic books in the spring.
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