Gone Girl's gone, hello Eleanor Oliphant: why we're all reading 'up lit'
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With Gail Honeyman and Joanna Cannon on the Women’s prize for fiction longlist, uplifting stories about kindness and community are proving a hit on bestseller lists

Last week, Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine was longlisted for the Women’s prize for fiction. The debut author, who has gone from writing competition to publishing bidding war to the Costa first novel prize, joins Joanna Cannon, with her second novel Three Things About Elsie. What’s more surprising than two...

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