Harper Lee’s much anticipated novel Go Set a Watchman, a sequel to Lee’s perennial classic To Kill a Mockingbird, may have found a cover.
The unconfirmed cover design is without illustrations or photographs, and has yet to emerge on the website of HarperCollins Publishers, the North American publisher of Lee’s novel, but it has materialized on the British publisher’s site and Amazon.com.
It’s simple and stark, but the cover has fans abuzz on social media:
Lee completed Go Set a Watchman in the 1950s, and set the plot 20 years after the ending of Mockingbird, placing Scout in New York on a homeward trip to see her father Atticus in Maycomb County, Alabama.
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