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Born to Run

Writer: Bruce Springsteen Simon & Schuster is proud to announce the world-wide publication of Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography, Born to Run, which w

The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories from My Life by John le Carré-Sept 8.

He’s made a career turning his experiences in Cold War intelligence into thrilling spy novels, but this autumn le Carré finally publishes his first memoir. Is truth strange

Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer-Sep 6

The new novel from the author of Everything Is Illuminated follows the lives of an American family, and explores what happens to three sons as their parents’ marriage co

Thus Bad Begins-Javier Marias is out now

Juan de Vere, the assistant to famous film-maker Eduardo Muriel, finds himself trapped in an unsettling love triangle in 1980s Spain. As Muriel's wife flits in and out of the

The High Mountains of Portugal-Yann Martel is out now

The Man Booker Prize winner writer Yann Martel's fourth novel and it already has published. It's not hard to understand why - he won the 2002 Man Booker Prize for his breakthr

Best Book: Autumn

Writer: Ali Smith The first in a four-part series of books by the How to Be Both author, who won the 2015 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction, has been desc

BEST BOOK : Augustown

Writer: Kei Miller This powerful novel keeps returning to the historical Jamaican figure of Alexander Bedward, the "flying preacherman", who in 1920 climbe

Publisher wins rights to the most mysterious books in the world

Voynich manuscript , this book is one of the world’s most mysterious books, a centuries-old manuscript written in an unknown or coded language that no one can read the book.

Challenging Female Stereotypes in Literature

There is no denying the prominence of the stereotypical female in the world of literature, what do you expect from a patriarchal society?

BEST BOOK: Sweet Tomorrows (2016)

Writer: Debbie Macomber Russell and Corrine Calloway have spent half their lives in the bright lights of New York. Theirs is the generation that flew too c