Book Review

Les Standiford’s book situates Mar-a-Lago’s surreal qualities in the larger history of Palm Beach

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s polemic against coronavirus lockdowns is “a stale little bonbon”

Kurt Andersen’s ‘Evil Geniuses’ is a one-sided guide to the imminent future

Save yourself from ‘Rule Britannia: Brexit and the End of Empire’ by Danny Dorling and Sally Tomlinson

Richard Ovenden’s new book is a passionate defence of the sanctity of knowledge expressed through literature

The Secret Barrister’s new book tears apart fake news and the notion of compensation culture

Peter Stothard’s depiction of the demise of Caesar emphasises the humanity of the emperor’s killer

Reviews of Martin Amis’s new book prove that the best questions are the ones that no one asks

Trump’s inability to articulate any substantive thought renders a respected journalist’s new book unreadable

Douglas Murray refuses to mourn the death of the gay novel — a genre that was once ghettoised has joined the mainstream