Deeply private, her elegant and sharply engaging writing has often been wrongly overlooked

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

The fantasy genre is afflicted by a dull and tedious obsession with adolescent cynicism, prurient scenes and one dimensional anti-heroes

Hitler, Harlem and the high-life feature in this month’s murder mystery haul

From Oxford to Italy, the murders continue in 2024

The “golden years” of publishing were characterised by booze, bullying and amateurishness

How H.V. Morton deepened and enriched British perceptions of Wales

New books keep history alive, as it should be

An interesting but unconvincing Rawlsian case for socialism