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Book Reviews: 8 August
OUT NOW A BAD CHARACTER by Deepti Kapoor (Jonathan Cape, £14.99; offer price, £13.49) The turn of the millennium in Delhi provides the perfect setting for this fractured, fragmented and beautiful first novel. Suddenly propelled into boom times, the...
Book Reviews: 22 August
OUT NOW IZA’S BALLAD by Magda Szabó, translated by George Szirtes (Harvill Secker, £16.99, offer price, £13.99) In her award-winning novel The Door, the Hungarian author explored intergenerational clashes and the conflict between traditional and...
Book Reviews: 29 August
OUT NOW PROBLEMS WITH PEOPLE by David Guterson (Bloomsbury, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) The award-winning author of Snow Falling On Cedars returns with a collection of intimate, beautifully crafted short stories that zoom into the flickering nuances...
Book reviews: 20 July
OUT NOW THE NEW REPUBLIC by Lionel Shriver (HarperCollins, £14.99) Edgar Kellogg is a fat, unconfident lawyer looking for a career change who decides to try his hand at journalism. He is posted to Barba, a fictional peninsula off the edge of Portugal,...
Book Reviews: 9 December
OUT NOW TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Life In Girls’ Boarding Schools, 1939-1979 by Ysenda Maxtone Graham (Slightly Foxed Editions, £16) Ysenda Maxtone Graham, alumna of the King’s school, has interviewed a host of famous women to recount the ramshackle...
Book Reviews: 25 November
OUT NOW GOTHAM Rising: New York in The 1930s by Jules Stewart (IB Tauris, £20) The default narrative of interwar New York City tells of two starkly contrasting decades riven by the catastrophic Wall Street Crash of October 1929. Before it, the roaring...
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Catch up on your classics A selection of big books everyone else has read One of the great pleasures of any summer holiday is finally having the time to read. But what happens if your last-minute panic buys prove a literary letdown? This year, protect...
Book reviews: 11 March
OUT NOW AT THE EXISTENTIALIST CAFÉ: Freedom, Being And Apricot Cocktails by Sarah Bakewell (Chatto & Windus, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) Like modern-day hipsters, the 1930s French existentialists had a weird glamour all of their own: Instead of beards...
Book Reviews: 26th August
OUT NOW WHISPERS THROUGH A MEGAPHONE by Rachel Elliott (ONE , £8.99) The lasting, damaging legacy of a toxic mother is at the root of this incisive and quirky study of modern relationships, sexual identity, disillusionment and redemption. Miriam...
Book reviews: 22 June
OUT NOW HOW THE QUEEN CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY by Mary Killen (Elliott & Thompson, £8.99) If you can't live like a queen, you can at least live like the Queen, argues Mary Killen in this intriguing small book. Killen, who writes the much-loved Her Indoors...
Book Reviews: 18 January
OUT NOW THE TINY WIFE by Andrew Kaufman (The Friday Project, £6.99) A bank robber targets a group of ordinary people, but instead of stealing their money, he steals their souls. In the days that follow, each one of them is overcome by a unique and...
Book Reviews: 22 November
OUT NOW THE MITFORD GIRLS’ GUIDE TO LIFE by Lyndsy Spence (The History Press, £12.99; offer price, £11.69) If, when faced with life’s dilemmas, you often ask yourself ‘What would Debo do?’, this is the book you’ve been waiting for. If not, the...
Book Reviews: 26 June
OUT NOW The Weightless World by Anthony Trevelyan (Galley Beggar Press, £11; offer price, £9.90) When Steven Strauss sets off for Mumbai in pursuit of an antigravity machine, he assumes it exists only in the head of his boss, Raymond Ess. So does...
Book Reviews: 23 September
OUT NOW LITERARY LONDON by Eloise Millar and Sam Jordison (Michael O’Mara, £12.99) The nice thing about this entertaining guide to the capital’s chroniclers is that it is organised not by region but by theme. Thus Samuel Johnson rubs shoulders with...
Book Reviews: 20 January
OUT NOW ISTANBUL: A TALE OF THREE CITIES by Bettany Hughes (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, £25) As a result of the tragic recent events in Istanbul, far fewer visitors will get to appreciate this most extraordinary and achingly beautiful city in 2017. At...
Book Reviews: 17 February
OUT NOW THE WILD OTHER: A Memoir By Clover Stroud (Hodder & Stoughton, £20) This memoir charts the willing descent of its lovely young narrator into various underworlds as she tries to process the grief of having her beloved mother neither dead nor...
Book Reviews: 16 June
OUT NOW OUT NOW SYMPATHY by Olivia Sudjic (Pushkin One, £14.99) Lives ruled by electronic devices; natural disasters; disappearing aeroplanes: Sudjic’s absorbing debut novel reads like a fictional dystopia. But chillingly, the world she describes is...
Book Reviews: 13 July
OUT NOW PIECES OF LIGHT: THE NEW SCIENCE OF MEMORY by Charles Fernyhough (Profile Books, £14.99) Fernyhough is a novelist and academic psychologist who introduces current work about memory by means of exploring examples from real lives and fictional...
Book Reviews: 5 June
OUT NOW A History Of Money by Alan Pauls (Melville House, £17.99; offer price, £16.19) A young man looks back on his life growing up in 1970s and 1980s Argentina, starting with a defining event in his youth: a family friend died in a helicopter crash,...
Book Reviews: 25 September
OUT NOW Francis Bacon in Your Blood: A Memoir by Michael Peppiatt (Bloomsbury, £25; offer price, £20) Handsome Cambridge undergraduate Michael Peppiatt first met Francis Bacon in 1963: hoping to interview his hero for a student magazine, he tracked him...

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