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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: 4 May
OUT NOW WHEN I DIE Philip Gould (Little, Brown £14.99) When a top Labour strategist who lives and breathes for politics contracts cancer it is inevitable that the language of campaigning infects his thoughts and speech. 'Everything I thought about the...
Book Reviews: 21 March
OUT NOW SHEILA: THE AUSTRALIAN INGENUE WHO BEWITCHED BRITISH SOCIETY by Robert Wainwright (Allen & Unwin, £14.99; offer price, £13.49) The charismatic Sheila Chisholm, who galloped through high society in the early 20th century, later vanished into the...
Book Reviews: 9 August
OUT NOW RED JOAN by Jennie Rooney (Chatto & Windus, £12.99; offer price, £10.99) 1930s Cambridge: a brew of socialism and science starts the chain reaction that leads to the Cold War. Based on the true story of Melita Norwood, Joan is an undergraduate...
The world’s most Stylish Spy
Former British espionage worker on Vogue staff ’ read the dramatic headline in the Herald Journal when American Vogue hired artist Brian Stonehouse to become its fashion illustrator in 1952. Stonehouse, who died in 1998, had survived five Nazi...
The Daily: September 11
James Bond Star Dies Age 74. Richard Kiel, best known for his metal teeth in the James Bond films has passed away in hospital in Fresno on Wednesday. The 74 year old, 7ft 2 actor played the character of Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977 and Moonraker,...
A Towering Talent
Playing a CIA agent alongside Melissa McCarthy in the new action comedy Spy It’s a very important job, trying to make people laugh,’ Miranda Hart tells me. ‘I think it’s one of the most vital things in life. It’s actually quite embarrassing to call...
Did, as tabloid rumour had it, Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard really have an affair during the making of Second World War spy drama Allied? Will we, 40 years from now, pore over their text messages and get steamy revelations, like those from Carrie...
As if to fill the great gap of serial thrills left by The Night Manager on our Sunday-night TV screens, another instalment of John le Carré arrives, handsomely packaged for the big screen. Instead of building its tensions and global spy complexities...
A Tale of Two Cities
Charles Dickens may be best known as a novelist, but he was a true man of the theatre. He considered life on the boards before writing seized his imagination. There’s an implicit theatricality in the structure of many of his novels: he thinks in...

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