Alice O'Keeffe is books editor of The Bookseller magazine.
It’s that time again—the Booker longlist is announced on Wednesday (25 July). Arguably the world...
At Last - Edward St AubynAn extraordinarily moving and savagely funny tale about...
Nominated for the 2011 Booker Prize, The Stranger’s Child is Alan Hollinghurst’s fifth novel, and his first since the acclaimed The Line of Beauty won the 2004 Booker Prize.
A D Miller’s masterful debut is a riveting tale set in pre-credit crunch, post-Soviet Moscow in the mid-noughties where the money is flowing and corruption is rife.
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry is about an elderly man who walks 627 miles to visit a friend, who is dying of cancer.
Flight Behaviour is a powerfully immersive read, set on a failing Appalachian sheep farm in rural Tennessee where young mother Dellarobia Turnbow is growing increasingly unhappy with her l
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