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Anne Tyler: Interview

The Pultizer Prize-winner looks back at her remarkable 50-year writing career ahead of the publication of her 20th novel... It is unlikely that any author... Read more

David Whitehouse: interview

David Whitehouse’s second novel, Mobile Library (Picador, January), is a book for bibliophiles; a modern fairytale of four people thrown together as a makeshift family... Read more

Anita Anand: Interview

When asked to contribute a list of interests to her Who’s Who entry, Sophia Duleep Singh — the subject of a forthcoming biography, Sophia: Princess,... Read more

Vanessa Lafaye: interview

A scandalous episode in 20th-century American history is exposed in Vanessa Lafaye’s début novel Summertime (Orion, January). In 1935, the Labor Day Hurricane became the... Read more

Agents' key Frankfurt Book Fair titles: Part Two

PFD has début psychological thriller Burnt Paper Sky by Gilly Macmillan, with Piatkus in the UK. The Half-Way World by Emily Elgar is a female... Read more

Agents' key Frankfurt Book Fair titles: Part One

Curtis Brown has Tenacity by James Law, a début thriller following the only female investigator in the Royal Navy’s Special Investigation Branch. The Sudden Departure of the Frasers by... Read more

Interview with Mal Peet

This November sees veteran Young Adult author Mal Peet having something of a renewal with his first novel for adults, The Murdstone Trilogy. As well as... Read more

last but not least

Man Booker-shortlisted author Edward St Aubyn has brought his acclaimed Melrose series to a close with At Last.   ... Read more

Sister Act

Author of "Richard & Judy" favourite Sister, Rosamund Lupton, talks about her new novel Afterwards Read more

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