Must-read books over the winter holidays | FT #shorts

Must-read books over the winter holidays | ft #shorts

Financial Times published this video item, entitled “Must-read books over the winter holidays | FT #shorts” – below is their description.

FT Books’ literary editor Frederick Studemann and deputy books editor Laura Battle answer readers’ questions on the best books published this year across all genres and what books they could recommend reading over the winter holiday break. See our must-read titles at www.ft.com/booksof2022

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