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A Peshawar gallery – Kamila Shamsie

Named amongst the Granta Best Young British Novelists 2013, Kamila Shamsie this month follows up her Orange Prize nominated Burnt Shadows with A God in Every Stone. Here she takes us on an illustrated tour of the book's setting - Peshawar... Read more
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The Truth About The Harry Quebert – Joël Dicker

Joël Dicker's The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair is already a bestseller in Europe and is finally available in English this week - with a translation by HHhH's translator, Sam Taylor. The Swiss author shared his thoughts on this utterly compelling mystery novel, with a difference. Read more
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Pushkin House Book Prize: Stephen Walsh

In the lead up to the announcement of this year's Pushkin House Book Prize winner we'll be sharing interviews with each of the shortlisted authors - today we're speaking to Stephen Walsh,  recently retired professor at Cardiff University School of Music, and author of Musorgsky and his Circle. Read more