We tackle Colombian author Juan Gabriel Vásquez's later

Sandalwood Death has moments of absurdism, humour and romance

a study of a couple’s inability to adjust to new situations

Imagine a world in which poverty-stricken immigrants are displayed on manicured lawns

Emma Donoghue's new collection spans the continents and centuries

Michael Chabon

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Brooklyn novelist Kurt Andersen here attempts an ambitious mystery-thriller

The images in Trinie Dalton’s fiction carry heavy dramatic weight and, at times, seem poised on the edge of meaninglessness

Haruki Murakami's latest is fun but lacks gravity

The story of three Sri Lankan boys nearing adolescence in 1954

Ben Lerner's debut novel about an Ivy League poet's adventures in Madrid


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