Holly Willoughby reveals her favourite books to fans

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Holly Willoughby is due back on screen shortly, with her summer break from This Morning coming to an end.

If anyone is wondering what the star has been up to over her holiday, as well as working on her own book that's out soon, Holly also seems to have been doing a lot of reading; sharing her favourite summer reads with fans on Instagram. Taking to the social media platform, Holly gave an insight into some of her and her family's recent reads.

As for her "reading highlights" of the summer, Holly said she was "struggling to choose between two very different reads." Her two highlights were The Family Upstairs and The Big Book of Angels.

The Family Upstairs is a thriller, all based around the intrigue of a murder mystery. Good Housekeeping's Books Editor, Jo Finney, has plenty of praise for it, saying: "Lisa Jewell is brilliant at creating a menacing atmosphere and this is almost unbearably tense at times, with a knock-the-wind-out-of-you ending."

Holly's other favourite summer book was The Big Book of Angels, a spiritual and philosophical read which explores the idea of us having guardian angels.

Holly also revealed that she was "looking forward to diving headfirst into" Cecelia Walden's brand new book: Payday. Another thriller, this is bound to delight fans of mystery and suspense who are looking for their next read.

The This Morning presenter also revealed what her kids had enjoyed reading, with Chester opting for Frankie's Magic Football, Belle choosing First Class Murder in the A Murder Most Unladylike Series and Harry reading I, Robot.

We certainly have plenty of book recommendations here to get stuck into!

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