Literature

Ethan Hawke has over 50 films to his name and he’s written three adult novels, all bestsellers. Meadowlark is his second graphic novel in collaboration with illustrator and writer, Greg Ruth, following Indeh in 2016, and it’s rather good. Aimed at older teens, this coming-of-age crime story requires that level of maturity as it deals
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Mirav Tarkka is a Power coach, drawing knowledge from her experience as an IDF Operational Sergeant & international self-defense teaching career, she is also the bestselling author of 5 books to date, a Public speaker, trainer and a very proud single mother of two wonder women � Through her profound personal journey during which she
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St. Martin’s Press From the New York Times bestselling author of the Nevernight Chronicle, Jay Kristoff, comes the first book of an astonishing dark fantasy saga. For nearly three decades, vampires have waged war against humanity; building their eternal empire even as they tear down our own. Now, only a few tiny sparks of light endure
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It’s an important week for fans of the Norwegian author Jo Nesbo as we announce the release of something new from him – a collection of short stories. Like his early Harry Hole novels, these stories are set in some sunnier climes but the style is expected to be Nordic. We’ve also got three historical
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Translated by Quentin Bates — Multi-award winning Icelandic author and playwright Lilja Sigardardóttir really grabbed our attention with her Reykjavik Noir trilogy. Snare, Trap and Cage are perfectly encapsulated noir stories about ordinary people caught up in the underbelly of Icelandic society. Yet when you read them together they bleed into each other. As new
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Tyneside-based author Matt Wesolowski has garnered a loyal crime fiction following by thinking outside of the box, and in our third featured interview from Dr Jacky Collins’ entertaining The Doctor will see you now series, he explains how serendipity has played a part in his success. Matt hit the ground running with Six Stories, a
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The last book I read with a ballet theme was Noel Streatfeild’s Ballet Shoes. At the time, it inspired me to dream of wearing a tutu and pointe shoes and learning to dance. If I’d read The Turnout first, I think I’d have wanted to pursue another, safer hobby – like parachute jumping or parkour,
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The 2021 Booker Prize Shortlist has been announced! Chosen from 158 novels, this year’s shortlist is comprised of 6 novels that span the globe, from South Africa to Sri Lanka to Cardiff and the United States. While novels by notable authors Kazuo Ishiguro and Rachel Cusk did not make this year’s shortlist, this year does marks Damon Galgut’s third
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The multi-talented TV host Richard Osman returns with a new novel to follow up his bestselling hit, The Thursday Murder Club. To be honest, we reckon The Man Who Died Twice could set records for sales in the crime fiction genre. That’s our lead book this week but we’ve also got the latest from Jonathan
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