A charming reminder of how crime fiction on TV used to be.
Research scientists, romance, and orgasms, oh my.
Nick Harkaway combines satire, wit, ninjas, war veterans and mime troupes in a first-rate debut novel.
The Feel-Good Week of September: Tom Ridge: 'America under Siege'; Stephen Elliott's 'Memoir of Moods, Masochism, and Murder'. Good times, good times...
Erick Setiawan's debut novel, Of Bees and Mist, is a magical triumph.
You couldn't ask for a better guide to the end of Sixties.
Lian Hearn returns to the Tales of the Otori for a dark, intricate story.
An autistic youngster decides to solve a crime and ends up learning that the real mystery starts at home.
You'll never think of history as boring and impersonal again.
With a new twist on an old science fiction theme, Marsbound is another fine book from one of the genre’s most original and thought-provoking writers.