Black and British: A Forgotten History addresses on of the greatest silences in British historiography.
I was shocked to find out how vehemently others could disagree with my opinion.
Chief Engineer: the Man Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge tells the story of the father and son responsible for the epic project.
Self's trilogy reflects and refracts the hideousness of our times.
A new book aims to help us deviate from the bounds of perception and awaken from habitual thought patterns.
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness tells the story of a middle-aged hermaphrodite, or hijra.
A new book from Thomas E Ricks explores the similarities between two 20th century mavericks.
Researchers have often fitted the evidence to their theories, rather than the other way round.
Kate Mosse, co-founder of the Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction, writes the diary.
A new book by the conservative blogger Rob Dreher asks whether Christians should turn their back on society – is he right?
A feminist tale told through the eyes of an unnamed male narrator.