Book Reviews

A new history of graffiti and rebellion is less light and bawdy than one may have expected

Editorial errors do not spoil a fine work of Irish architectural history

Three new books resist the modern cult of busyness

Marianna Spring is looking at the finger, not the moon

Sharp lines, twisting plots and colourful characters

The controversial author’s work is filled not just with anger but with autumnal regret

A new book is full of architectural treasures that the Scottish Government should do a better job of treasuring

From Oxford to Italy, the murders continue in 2024

New books keep history alive, as it should be

Robert Peston and Kishan Koria would make our democracy far more dysfunctional