Is there really space for another book about George Orwell's masterpiece?

Terry Potter reads The Ministry of Truth by Dorian Lynskey and discovers the answer to that question is 'just about'.

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Postcards lost and found in this modern Norwegian fairy tale

Karen Argent is intrigued by the quest of a daughter to find her absent father in A Postcard to Ollis by Ingunn Thon, illustrated by Nora Brech.

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A working class writer who never abandoned her roots

Tastes of Honey by Selina Todd examines the life and work of the playwrite, Shelagh Delaney, a working class writer who refused to compromise.

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A biography that is truly astronomical in its scope

Leila Rasheed's biography of black mathematician, Katherine Johnson is also a remarkable history of the space race.

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A premature end for the Cliff Janeway series?

The Bookwoman's Last Fling is the fifth and what seems likely to be the last of John Dunning's popular Cliff Janeway biblio-detective, series of novels. 

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