Thai charity cookbook wins The Bookseller's coveted prize for strangest name of the year
We should respect others' right to believe, but we don't have to respect what they believe.
Michael Mann's expose of how the greedy dig themselves shows nothing has changed since the First World War
Who sent 11 pounds of pot to St Martin's Press in New York – and why?
Novelist imagines who anti-hero Patrick Bateman might kill in 2012. Look out David Beckham...
Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James becomes a sensation thanks to anonymity of e-readers
How can you create an argument in 140 words, asks novelist – eliciting a deluge of 140-word responses
50 Shades of Gray, dubbed 'mommy porn', was written by Erica Leonard, a London mother-of-two
Would anything have been said if Rebekah Brooks had fostered a retired police-dog? Of course not
Wuthering Heights took James Howson from prison life to the big screen, but the sparkle faded fast
The cross-Channel ferry story is nonsense – but the flight to Africa is entirely credible
Legal and character questions can't stop New York publishers offering top dollar for Knox's story
Seventeen Equations that Changed the World is a bible for our times
Assimilation2: Will the time traveller mash-up make a perfect match or unholy alliance?
Strivers hate the slackers and fantasists. What they don't realise is that WE hate THEM
Dickens was a great writer, but if children aren't reading him it's not the end of the world
When the last internet bubble burst it was all about debt. This time it's all about YOU
Printed books are 'hated by capitalists', says author, but serious readers prefer them
What a story of priests and corpses, of glamour and decay, can tell us about the world we live in now
The bookshop has the right to change its name, but some will always remember the apostrophe fondly
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