Storytelling’ is what Charles D’Ambrosio does, seemingly as easily as blinking

For those of us without young children, our knowledge of the hot-button vaccination issue is limited

SJ Watson's novel reviewed

A novel which gets under your skin from many different angles

We tackle Colombian author Juan Gabriel Vásquez's later

Despite its inventive construction, the novel’s plot is disappointingly conventional

The arrival of a new Harlan Coben should be a cause for celebration

Vampire fiction with nary a sprinkle of glitter to be found

Michael Chabon

Brooklyn novelist Kurt Andersen here attempts an ambitious mystery-thriller

A second outing for Nicci French's psychotherapist Freida Klein

The images in Trinie Dalton’s fiction carry heavy dramatic weight and, at times, seem poised on the edge of meaninglessness

Astonishingly clear-headed thinking from the comedic columnist

Rahul Bhattacharya's novel about an Indian journalist in Guyana


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