<p> Binjamin Wilkomirski, author of the discredited Holocaust "memoir" Fragments, claimed kinship with journalist Blake Eskin</p><p> New Yorker Blake Eskin has had a... Read more
<p> Major Phil Ashby, recipient of the Queen's Gallantry Medal for a daring venture in Sierra Leone, talks frankly about the realities of conflict... Read more
<p> Tim Parks A Season with Verona (Secker&Warburg, March, £16.99, 0436275953)</p><p> The author of Italian Neighbours and An Italian Education, who has lived... Read more
<p> Dominique Lapierre and Javier Moro Five Past Midnight in Bhopal (Scribner, April, £17.99, 074322034X)</p><p> Writer and humanitarian Dominique Lapierre has funded many... Read more
<p> Antony Beevor Berlin (Viking, April, £25, 0670886955)</p><p> Military historian Antony Beevor is following up his huge success with Stalingrad with an account... Read more
<p> Victoria Glendinning Flight (Scribner)</p><p> Victoria Glendinning, the distinguished biographer and novelist, has moved to S&S' literary imprint Scribner with her new novel,... Read more
Expectations are high for Hari Kunzru's The Impressionist (Hamish Hamilton).
Mario Vargas Llosa The Feast of the Goat (Faber, April, £17.99, 0571207715) is translated by Edith Grossman.
One of the most moving books you are likely to read this year is First Light by Geoffrey Wellum (Viking, £16.99, 30th May, 0670912484). Wellum's... Read more
Wendy Cope's new collection reflects the transformations in her personal life.
<p> The latest novel from former Booker contender Magnus Mills is a strange fable about obsession </p><p> Magnus Mills' third novel, Three To See... Read more
In Jasper Fforde's surreal d
The title of Equal Love (Granta, 24th February, £9.99, 1862073236), the new collection of short stories from Peter Ho Davies, comes from an E M... Read more