Books, mayhem and murder

John Dunning's Booked To Die has become a classic of the biblio-murder mystery genre. Terry Potter finds out why.

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Lord of the Flies: A student perspective

We are delighted to publish yet more undergraduate student work. This essay was submitted by Joanne Southall and is entitled The Social Construction of Childhood: Explored With Reference to William Golding's Lord Of The Flies 

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A Confederacy of Dunces : biting satire or misfiring comedy?

Terry Potter reviews John Kennedy Toole's A Confederacy of Dunces and finds himself somewhere between admiration and irritation

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An Exclusive Interview With Peter Carnavas

We are delighted to present an exclusive interview with the children's author and illustrator, Peter Carnavas. Peter writes and illustrates books for children and the grown-ups in their lives.

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Take an armchair tour of the Book Towns of the world

Is there any bleaker time of the year than those freezing days at the end of January and the first half of February? If you’re of the same mind as me, I could have the perfect alternative holiday guide for you – Alex Johnson’s Book Towns : forty-five paradises of the printed word

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