Top 8 books from national newspapers, The London Evening Standard, The TLS, The Spectator and the New Statesman
A round-up of some of this year's best money and business books
Evangelical Christian parenting book recommends 'defeating' babies and children with branches
Manil Suri wins Literary Review's dubious honour, but is one man's 'geologic disaster' another's great sex?
Fans torn over whether to read leaked stories by reclusive author of The Catcher in the Rye
The author of 'feminist bible' The Golden Notebook dies at 94, leaving rich literary legacy
New biography delves deeper into relationship between mass-murderer Breivik and his mother
Former CIA agent Valerie Plame, outed ten years ago, says spies not all unstable sexpots like Carrie
Mrs Pryce or Mrs Ice? Prison memoirs display a 'surprisingly depersonalised lack of passion'
One former United midfielder speaks out on TV, the other has a memoir of his own in the pipeline
Roy Keane will get chance to respond on TV to claims in Sir Alex Ferguson’s book
The former Manchester United manager's long-awaited memoir will be unveiled today - and it should be explosive
First reviews of Smiths singer's long-awaited memoir say judiciary bears the brunt of his eloquent anger
New Zealander is youngest winner of award, but at 832 pages, her 'virtuosic' book is one of the longest
Crace's final book, Harvest, leads pack that includes Colm Toibin, Eleanor Catton and Jhumpa Lahiri
It would have been a 'terrible, terrible omission' if 82-year-old hadn't won award before she died
Helen Fielding's heroine is 51 and trying to find love online. It should be hilarious, but isn't
Hard-drinking, hard-smoking agent impresses critics, but adventures in West Africa are 'convoluted'
Horror writer will finally reveal the fate of Danny Torrance after escape from the Overlook Hotel
Almost 40 years after he was killed off by Agatha Christie, Poirot is to be resurrected by Sophie Hannah