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May 25, 2013
The timing of the reissue of Rajiv Rajendra's crime thriller couldn't be better – or worse – depending on whether you're a book publicist or a cricket fan. Read Article Rajiv Rajendra novel about a fixed cricket league hits uncomfortably close to home
May 16, 2013
The legacies of the late British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and the retiring Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson.
Read Article Thatcher and Ferguson: titans of our times
The director general of the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research wonders where the digital revolutions will take us. Read Article Outlining the future in an age of transformation
The British synth-poppers Johnny Hates Jazz return after a 25-year hiatus with a quite respectable follow-up to their hit album.
Read Article The 1980s synth-poppers Johnny Hates Jazz return - minus the suits
May 15, 2013
The Harvard hero Robert Langdon is back with his supporting cast of European cities, Nick March finds Dan Brown's latest novel is a guilty pleasure. Read Article Dan Brown's Inferno is fantastic fun, just don't think about it too much
May 11, 2013
The woman of the tile, a 'wounded and bereft animal', has her life transformed through her jealous involvement with an immigrant family in contemporary America. Read Article The Woman Upstairs: Claire Messud returns with a ferocious new work
May 09, 2013
Delete negative influences from your mind and take yourself as seriously as you take your car, says Indian businessman and publisher in his first, self-published book. Read Article Don't let a virus affect your drive, says debut self-help author Johnny George
May 04, 2013
This year's Abu Dhabi International Book Fair offered diversity, depth and was regionally relevant
Read Article Guy DeLisle one of the highlights of Abu Dhabi book fair that offered diversity, depth, relevance
Apr 27, 2013
The data experts Kenneth Cukier and Viktor Mayer-Schönberger say the use of complex algorithms – think Google, Amazon, etc – has forever changed the way we live, work and think, and mostly for the better.
Read Article Viktor Mayer-Schönberger: 'More data is being collected and stored about each one of us than ever before'
Apr 23, 2013
Abu Dhabi International Book Fair: Supported by a grant from the New York University Abu Dhabi Institute, the series produces Arabic text side by side with modern English. Read Article Library of Arabic Literature series translates into wider audience
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