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The Parisian sleuth, and his author Georges Simenon, are some of the most beloved characters of the modern detective novel genre
September 22, 2019
Learn of feasts from the court of Shah Jahan in a new book of royal recipes
September 15, 2019
Author Mimi Aye writes a warm and gentle book that uncovers the mystery of Burmese cuisine
September 1, 2019
As the author releases her new novel, 'The Fate of Butterflies', we question why the 91-year-old's words still resonate so deeply in a modern landscape
April 20, 2019
Boyd Tonkin’s celebration of the translators who bring us books from around the world is a literary panorama of great work
September 27, 2018
We chat to the food writer about her book, which details the history and uses of spices
July 21, 2018
Roving freely across a thousand years of Arab history, Gamal al-Ghitani's latest novel presents, like his previous works, a collage of the multifarious roots of Egyptian identity, writes Chandrahas Choudhury
June 8, 2013
Saadat Manto's newly translated short stories exploring life in the cosmopolitan, laissez-faire Bombay of the 1930s and 1940s have enduring appeal, writes Chandrahas Choudhury
March 2, 2013
The stories in this noir anthology are as raw and diverse as the city of Mumbai itself, humming with the feel for the city's pulse and patter.
July 28, 2012
Yashpal's 1,100-page novel presents a searing narrative on a wound that has never quite healed.
April 20, 2012
In Robert Douglas-Fairhurst's latest book, one of a raft of new releases that mark this week's bicentenial of the birth of Charles Dickens, the author focuses on the literary giant's early career.
February 3, 2012
In his new book, Sanjay Kak examines the Kashmiri resistance movement, a widespread, centreless struggle for the right of self-determination that he believes has finally come of age.
December 8, 2011
Sonia Faleiro's non-fiction narrative unravels a society blighted in equal measures by decadence and poverty swirling around a teenaged Indian dancer.
August 19, 2011
Told in one meandering sentence that offers readers no pause, stories and characters come sailing out of nowhere in Bohumil Hrabal's early and experimental work.
July 22, 2011
The Irish writer Edna O'Brien's new collection of short stories may be a late arrival in terms of the writer's age, but there has been no diminution in her sensibility.
May 20, 2011
UAE and South Korea sign agreement to mark 40 years of diplomacy
Qatari royals arrested over illegal houbara hunting
Corruption an ongoing issue across Middle East, new survey finds
Iranian threat to ‘flatten Tel Aviv’ from Lebanon draws ire in Beirut
Will British Muslims back Boris Johnson in the UK election?