Up until recently, Melissa Pimentel was an author of 

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The Independent
08 Jan 2019
Fiction

Barbash’s darkly humorous novel centres on the occupants of New York’s Dakota building an

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The Spectator
12 Jan 2019
Fiction

Many literary memoirs involve surmounting hurdles or uncovering family secrets in pursuit

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NPR
Heller McAlpin
15 Jan 2019
Biography

The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called Alien.

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The New York Times
15 Jan 2019
Culture

To Herodotus and Homer, dreams were divine prophesies to be interpreted by priests.

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The Washington Post
Sheila McClear
11 Jan 2019
Fiction

Today half of India’s 1.2 billion citizens are under the age of 25.

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The Wall Street Journal
Kushanava Choudhury
15 Aug 2018
Politics

An elegant history of the Los Angeles Public Library lauds both the building that survive

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The Guardian
Alexander Larman
14 Jan 2019
Culture

When Fusilier Lee Rigby was murdered on a South London street in 2013, by attackers who c

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The New York Times
Jon McGregor
28 Dec 2018
Fiction

Who wouldn’t want to grow old like Jerome Charyn?

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The Washington Post
Ron Charles
01 Jan 2019
Fiction

Americans like to think of our country as the land of the free — but that's not the case

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NPR
Michael Schaub
19 Sep 2018
Culture

The country’s Belt and Road programme is less a revolution than a reversion to a previous

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New Statesman
John Bew
05 Dec 2018
Business

His sinister little books, with their careful cross-hatchings, have achieved cult status.

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The Spectator
Sam Leith
08 Dec 2018
Biography

“The Long Take” is about a soldier who washes up in Los Angeles after the second world wa

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The Economist
The Economist
18 Dec 2018
Fiction

The former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board reflects on a life of public service.

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The Independent
Stephanie Mehta
14 Dec 2018
Business