Lauded novelist Patrick McGrath returns with a tale of grief, love, secrets and the postwar rise of fascism.
The prolific and prize-winning Roddy Doyle returns with a powerful novel about the legacy of one man's schooldays.
Holocaust survivor and acclaimed psychologist Edith Eger talks about her extraordinary memoir.
After a purple patch of prize wins with 2015's verse novel One, Dubliner Sarah Crossan returns with Moonrise. Fiona Noble reports.... Read more
The acclaimed biographer and former books journalist Claire Tomalin turns her inquisitive eye on a new subject: herself. Caroline Sanderson reports.
Bestselling Irish author Maggie O'Farrell publishes her first work of non-fiction, a revealing self-portrait of a life that has survived numerous brushes with death.... Read more
A novelist combining critical and commercial acclaim, Nicole Krauss turns her attention to a writer, named Nicole, who suffers writer’s block.
Historical novelist Philippa Gregory, whose affiliation with the Tudor period has made her a household name, tells Alice O’Keeffe about her fascination with the era... Read more
Nearly 20 years after her début bestseller Ralph’s Party, Lisa Jewell reflects on her long career and her recent move into psychological thrillers.... Read more
At a time in which the British psyche is under interrogation - and a united kingdom may itself be under threat - John Higgs' cross-country... Read more
Kiran Millwood Hargrave’s début novel A Girl of Ink & Stars was a massive success, winning the British Book Awards’ Children’s Book of the Year... Read more
On 11th July 1997, The Bookseller interviewed Jo Rowling, then a little-known author, about her first novel - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. To... Read more
Award-winning rapper, graphic novelist and entrepreneur Akala has turned his talent to picture books, with new series endorsing a meritocratic message.
The winner of the Book of the Year at the British Book Awards, Sarah Perry’s The Essex Serpent has taken the literary world by storm.... Read more
Self-help titles that perpetuate the idea that a ‘perfect’ self is attainable are dismantled by an investigation into modern-day narcissism.