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Bruno and the Referendum

Tomorrow, June 23, the UK will vote on whether or not to remain part of the European Union. Like everyone else who plans to vote, I’ve been thinking a lot about what national identity means to me, in a globally…

Bruno and the Referendum

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TV Deal for Bruno Series!
May 10th 2016
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TV Deal for Bruno Series!

TV Deal for Bruno Series!

I'm thrilled to announce that Urban Myth Films, makers of 'Atlantis', have acquired television rights to the Bruno…

The Mandibles: A Family 2029-2047 by Lionel Shriver
May 8th 2016
Review

The Mandibles: A Family 2029-2047 by Lionel Shriver

The Mandibles: A Family 2029-2047 by Lionel Shriver

This biting near-future satire is played out amid a chillingly plausible US economic collapse…

Curtis Sittenfeld: ‘It was like the force of Austen’s language was irresistible’
Apr 17th 2016
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Curtis Sittenfeld: ‘It was like the force of Austen’s language was irresistible’

Curtis Sittenfeld: ‘It was like the force of Austen’s language was irresistible’

The author of Eligible on adapting Pride and Prejudice, the 21st-century woman’s lot and being stylistically subsumed by…

Maestra by LS Hilton review – many shades of shocking
Mar 27th 2016
Review

Maestra by LS Hilton review – many shades of shocking

Maestra by LS Hilton review – many shades of shocking

The historical biographer’s foray into erotica sends the idea of female emancipation back to the 19th century…

At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier – review
Mar 6th 2016
Review

At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier – review

At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier – review

Tracy Chevalier returns to America’s pioneers and a family with a secret struggling to make a living from…

S.J.Parris Guardian Masterclass on Plotting
Feb 25th 2016
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S.J.Parris Guardian Masterclass on Plotting

S.J.Parris Guardian Masterclass on Plotting

Hone your plotting skills in this workshop with S.J.Parris…

The perils of writing about sex: 'Your partner will think it's about them. Or – even worse – someone else'
Feb 11th 2016
Article

The perils of writing about sex: 'Your partner will think it's about them. Or – even worse – someone else'

The perils of writing about sex: 'Your partner will think it's about them. Or – even worse – someone else'

Should you use exotic euphemisms or anatomical detail? Should it be comical, tender or shocking? And what if…

Yuki chan in Brontë Country by Mick Jackson review – frustrating amateur detective story
Jan 17th 2016
Review

Yuki chan in Brontë Country by Mick Jackson review – frustrating amateur detective story

Yuki chan in Brontë Country by Mick Jackson review – frustrating amateur detective story

The tale of a Japanese student retracing her late mother’s footsteps in Yorkshire is slow to gather momentum…

Treachery selected for World Book Night
Nov 26th 2015
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Treachery selected for World Book Night

Treachery selected for World Book Night

The fourth Giordano Bruno novel is amongst the 15 titles to be handed out on 23rd April 2016…

Giordano Bruno will return in Conspiracy
Nov 25th 2015
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Giordano Bruno will return in Conspiracy

Giordano Bruno will return in Conspiracy

I'm very pleased to confirm that Giordano Bruno will return in a brand new adventure entitled Conspiracy.  Set for…

Katherine Carlyle by Rupert Thomson - resists easy categories
Nov 15th 2015
Review

Katherine Carlyle by Rupert Thomson - resists easy categories

Katherine Carlyle by Rupert Thomson - resists easy categories

A young woman walks out on her life and begins a quest for meaning in Rupert Thomson’s bold…

The Crossing by Andrew Miller - mesmeric but infuriating
Nov 1st 2015
Review

The Crossing by Andrew Miller - mesmeric but infuriating

The Crossing by Andrew Miller - mesmeric but infuriating

Andrew Miller’s latest novel is easy on the ear but his heroine is inscrutable to an infuriating degree…

Dictator by Robert Harris - a remarkable literary achievement
Oct 18th 2015
Review

Dictator by Robert Harris - a remarkable literary achievement

Dictator by Robert Harris - a remarkable literary achievement

The third part of Harris’s Cicero trilogy is a fine portrait of the great Roman’s last years…

Miles Jupp: ‘I’d love to play a Bond villain’
Oct 11th 2015
Article

Miles Jupp: ‘I’d love to play a Bond villain’

Miles Jupp: ‘I’d love to play a Bond villain’

Comedian Miles Jupp, new host of Radio 4’s News Quiz, talks about the onus of taking over from…

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