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Issue: Summer, 2015

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Issue: Nov/Dec 2009

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Wedlock by Wendy Moore

The Redeemer by Jo Nesbø

The Snow Tourist by Charlie English

Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada



Free for All Have your say on a featured book.

Book Buzz A round-up of book news.

Film Focus The latest book-to-film adaptations.

Big Interview Audrey Niffenegger – Linda Leatherbarrow talks to the successful author.

They Say, We Say Susan Hill’s latest from Profile Books proves a real winner.

Hot off the Press Linda Leatherbarrow’s pickof the new UK releases.

Big Interview Diana Athill – Nicholas Clee meets up with the indomitable writer and editor.

They Say, We Say Corgi presents the final part of their bestselling ‘Kingshaven’ trilogy.

A Touch of Classics Classic titles – old and new.

Write Back! The chance for you to have your say.

The Paperback Directory Your reviews of the current crop of books.



Christmas Crackers Some ideas for your Christmas shopping list.

Where I Read Featured author Wendy Moore shares her favourite reading spot.

When Life Meets Art Attica Locke’s debut novel is informed by her own family background.

Meet the Author Novelist Patrick Gale answers the questions at the newbooks event.

Fourth of July, 1862 A poignant short story from Patrick Gale’s Gentleman’sRelish.

Setting the (Crime) Scene One reading group’s predilection for crime.

Foreign Parts Pete Ayrton whets your appetite for different landscapes.

Can’t Live Without Featured author Jo Nesbø takes a shine to a particular table.

A Life’s Work – Barbara Kingsolver A look over the author’s backlist.

My Life in Books Featured author Charlie English on the books that have shaped him.

World War Two Remembered Readers give their recommendations in our final piece.

Crossover Fiction Books with an intergenerational appeal.

Hans Fallada Adam Freudenheim fills in the background on our featured author.

Diary of a Book Group Sarah Akhtar’s group visit the 1970s.

Limited Resources Deb Ryan of the RNIB outlines the problems faced by blind or partially sighted readers.

Listen! A selection of audio book reviews.

Book Puzzle Twist your brain with this book-based puzzle.



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