Bee Wilson’s writing on food and gastronomy continues with an urgent call to assess our consumption.
The latest novel from Sadie Jones is her first contemporary tale. But the story has deep roots: none more so than the eternal power struggle... Read more
Max Porter’s follow-up to his heralded début is an equally ambitious novel centring on small-town Britain.
Operating on patients in war zones has put David Nott in peril across the globe. His memoir explains why he continues to put himself in... Read more
The new novel by Hannah Beckerman traces the impact of a family secret upon three generations of women.
Interweaving stories from her own life with historical examples, Clare Hunter’s non-fiction début reframes needle-work as a powerful and political medium.
The seventh novel by Tessa Hadley could see the author, adored by peers but often overlooked by prizes, finally reach a deserved wider readership.... Read more
Philip Jones talks to Tim Waterstone about the founding of his eponymous high street chain and how his early years formed his view of bookselling.... Read more
RCW agent Sam Copeland was a trade rarity: a publishing staffer with no desire to turn author. Now, he says, he can’t stop writing...... Read more
With three historical novels to her name, former editor Lucy Foley has turned her hand to a Highlands-set murder mystery.
Bestselling YA author Holly Smale returns with a new series that explores perception and reality in the age of social media.
Angie Thomas' follow-up to The Hate U Give, her hugely successful début novel, shines a light on modern day america and the deep divisions that... Read more
The third novel by Diane Setterfield centres on a drowned child who miraculously returns to life, and the people who lay claim to her.... Read more
A painting provided the inspiration for Lucy Strange’s second children’s book, about a family struggling with the outbreak of the Second World War.... Read more
John Lanchester’s new novel imagines a near-future world, recognisably ours, yet irredeemably broken.