A posthumous cracker from much-loved Irish author Maeve Binchy who died earlier this year
Books of the week
A coming-of-age novel set on a fictional North Dakota Ojibwe reservation. Recent winner of the US National Book Award for Fiction
Imagine a Britain with a recent past that’s completely different from the one we know
An impressive ‘time-slip’ novel that encompasses two story lines, both set in Carcassonne, that come to an explosive intersection near the end of the book
After five long years in retirement, everyone’s favourite cantankerous cop is back
The indefatigable octogenarian Wolfe turns his scathing sights on Miami in this, his fourth novel
The first sequel to triumph in the Booker Prize’s 43-year history, making Hilary Mantel the first woman and first Brit to win twice
When it comes to creating vivid, memorable and ‘real’ characters few American novelists writing today can touch Michael Chabon
- Apos therapy - can it save your knees?
- Eating and exercise
- Book of the week : The Daughters Of Mars - Thomas Keneally
- Album of the week : O' Be Joyful - Shovels & Rope
- Your pension - did you have Protected Rights?
- Get back money you'd forgotten you had!
- Should I put my home in trust to avoid care fees?
- Surprising superfoods : Popcorn
- What the food industry could do for our health, but doesn’t
- Album of the year : Devotion - Jessie Ware
- Farage Flirts With the Far-Right
- Sunday links: shortfall risk
- How To Grow Muscles Without Lifting Weights
- Little Red Christmas, Little Red Ambulance (self-issued)
- Bra wearing termite hills?
- Bad Weather, Pests, Diease Lead To Drop In Olive Oil Production
- The Price is Right?
- If Your Life Is a Movie and You’re the Director, Why Did You Add this Scene to It?
- Saving Hard – We’re An Interesting Bunch
- 8 Weight-Loss Tips That Might Surprise You (From New Research)