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Christopher Gossage was found to have breached privacy rules by the SRA
The author beat novels from Kate Atkinson and David Walliams
1. Who was revealed to be the real author of The Cuckoo’s Calling, written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith?
How should authors transform autobiography into self-standing fiction? For Karl Ove Knausgaard, with A Man in Love (translated by Don Bartlett; Vintage, £8.99), this second volume in the Norwegian writer's acclaimed "My Struggle" series mines the everyday material of young fatherhood. Yet he converts it into a stunningly eloquent set of reflections on masculinity, domesticity and the artist's itch to escape.
The £5,582 trip will taken in Phuket (Lara Croft), Seoul (for the e-Sports) and Los Angeles (L.A. Noire and Grand Theft Auto)
Helen Fielding's novel wasn't deemed 'cringeworthy' enough for the shortlist
Critics express surprise that shortlist failed to include examples from the work of the popular Scandinavian novelists such as Stieg Larsson and Jo Nesbo
History and fiction blend in this cunningly mixed cocktail of wartime skullduggery
There are bodices and crowns, blood and sweat. There are old maps and ominous title cards saying “A Storm is Rising” and “A Kingdom in Peril”. No, it’s not a Game of Thrones trailer. It’s a YouTube advert for a book, Conn Iggulden’s Wars of the Roses saga Stormbird, which is published next month.
The actor said there is 'no truth' to rumours he will play the Queen singer
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The renaming of rugby league grounds has reached a new low in Castleford. As of the 2014 season, the venue currently known as the Wish Communications Stadium will become the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.
An ambitious debut novel patrols the disputed border country between history and fiction
Late author left behind around 160 unpublished manuscripts, which will form collections to be released in three sets
The Brit succeeded crime writer James Patterson to top the list