If Martin Amis isn’t entertaining you on every page, then what’s the point of him?
John Self examines three varied, emotionally satisfying novels that together come in at less than the length of a single Mantel
Natasha Green reviews Kitty Peck and the Music Hall Murders, by Kate Griffin
The hip young authors who write about their greatest obsession – themselves
Michael Henderson reviews A Small Revolution in Germany by Philip Hensher and Here We Are by Graham Swift