30 Mar

The Lady and The Unicorn by Rumer Godden

BookDiva Rumer Godden's The Lady and The Unicorn, which was first published in 1937, is the 630th entry upon the Virago Modern Cl...
30 Mar

The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith

BookDiva ... a satisfactory conclusion to an atmospheric detective story. All that’s left now is for them’s in the publishing...
30 Mar

An Interview with Phillip Hunter, author of To Kill For

BookChap Author of the Killing Machine trilogy talks gangsters, veterans and redemption
30 Mar

Tigerman by Nick Harkaway

BookChap Harkaway’s third novel, Tigerman, is the real deal. A love letter to comics and superheroes featuring a lonely middle-...
30 Mar

The Ice King by MK Hume

BookChap The warring conclusion to the gripping Twilight of the Celts trilogy
30 Mar

Ghosting by Jonathan Kemp

BookHugger “Woman of a certain age hankers for handsome young man of her youth! There’s more ......
30 Mar

LONDON BOOK FAIR 2015: International Excellence Awards

BookLife In the hurly burly of the fair the International Excellence Awards are a recent innovation celebrating achievement ......
30 Mar

POETRY: One Evening in October I Rowed out on the Lake by Tua Forsstrom

BookHugger In recent years we’ve seen something of an influx of Nordic culture on these shores ......
30 Mar

OUR INTREPID REPORTER on Alan Johnson

BookChap In the first of her reports on individual author sessions from the Words by the ...
27 Mar

Walter Scott Prize 2015 – the shortlist

BookHugger The shortlist for the £30,000 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction 2015 was announced earlier ......
26 Mar

Thwaites Wainwright Prize 2015 shortlist

BookLife Publisher Frances Lincoln, in association with the National Trust, has today announced the shortlist for ......
25 Mar

On Immunity: An Inoculation by Eula Biss

BookLife This wide-ranging work of nonfiction explores the facts, myths and metaphors of vaccination....
25 Mar

The Battle of the Villa Fiorita by Rumer Godden

BookDiva 'Rumer Godden's novels pulse with life... It is the vivid colours of Godden's fictional world, her emotional clarity and...
25 Mar

The Widow’s Wrath by Helena Jones

BookDiva The Widow’s Wrath utterly transports the reader into a bygone Cornwall, richly evocative of sights and sounds, bringi...
25 Mar

Son of the Morning by Mark Alder

BookGeek Delivering exquisitely on all levels, appreciators of an alternative history, fantasy novel must read the first part in ...
25 Mar

ONE FROM THE ARCHIVE: Once Upon a Time, A Short History of Fairytale by Marina Warner

BookDiva From the page to the stage and the screen – why do Fairy Tales endure? ...
25 Mar

The Death of Money by James Rickards

BookLife With strong viewpoints, Rickards will convey why he thinks we are where we are and where he sees the global economy head...
25 Mar

Chaplin and Company by Mave Fellowes

BookDiva An aspiring mime buys a London canal boat and finds her father in Fellowes’s debut novel....
24 Mar

WHAT WE’RE READING: The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

BookDiva I’m behind the curve on this book as it’s already topped the charts and won ......
24 Mar

Star Wars: Kenobi by John Jackson Miller

BookChap Fun, fast, just the thing to take the mind off the horrors of Network Rail, Southeastern, Charing Cross, London Bridge ...
24 Mar

The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman by Denis Thériault

BookDiva Quietly told with the simplicity and cadence of a haiku, The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman hovers between fantasy an...