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David Grossman on the story he couldn’t forget and writing Israeli humour
OBITUARY
Author Philip Kerr set his detective stories in the Nazi era
Book Review
Review: Maureen Jennings’s Let Darkness Bury the Dead is one of the best Murdoch mysteries yet
Book Review
Review: Robert Harris’s Munich turns to history for his latest page-turner
Book Review
Review: Michelle Berry’s The Prisoner and the Chaplain lingers on the moments before execution
Book Review
Review: Lynn Gehl’s Claiming Anishinaabe finds a new paradigm of Indigenous identity Subscriber content
Review: Robert Wuthnow looks at what’s really fuelling rage in Trump’s rural America
Author Alan Fry wrote a searing portrayal of First Nations life
OBITUARY
Philanthropist Drue Heinz used her riches to support literary causes
Applause, Please
Michael Torosian: When it comes to Lumiere Press’s books, ‘everything is bespoke. Nothing is off the rack.’
Book Review
Review: Jo Nesbo’s take on Macbeth is superb Subscriber content
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Review: Uzodinma Iweala’s Speak No Evil falls short of issues it tries to challenge
Book Review
Review: Michelle Dean’s Sharp and Elizabeth Renzetti’s Shrewed shine light on defiant women Subscriber content
Book Review
Review: Hadley Dyer’s Here So Far Away is poetic realism at its finest Subscriber content
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Review: Jen Wang’s The Prince and the Dressmaker has a jaw-dropping ending
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Review: Rachel Hartman’s Tess of the Road is awe-inspiring and relatable