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Sunday, November 18, 2018

J.K. Rowling takes her detective novels to darker places

The third instalment of J.K. Rowling’s series, published under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith, reunites the reader with the war veteran turned private detective,...

The Saint talks to Michael Miller, author of The Dragon’s Blade:...

  Michael Miller graduated from the University in 2014 with a first class degree in History. Now, at the age of 23, he has published...

Far From The Madding Crowd: a fan’s heartfelt recommendation

It leaves the reader saddened at the prospect of returning to reality after exploring the rolling hills of Wessex

Reviewed: The Boys Who Wouldn’t Grow Up

Kathryn Nielsen reviews a novel which explores the St Andrews student experience.

Reviewed: The Letters of Ivor Punch

Ellen Ridsdale reviews the debut novel of acclaimed Scottish musician Colin MacIntyre

Harper Lee to write a sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird

I’ve already pre-ordered my copy

Nigerian history: a gaping wound in our consciousness?

Written by a true African Millenial

Review of Brave Girl Eating: a family’s struggle with anorexia

At the age of fourteen I was advised by my councillor to reach out to someone. I remember be completely confused by this suggestion:...

The literary origins of Cinderella

Cinderella's long history before entering the cinema

The Children Act: a resonant and honest vignette of a novel

In The Children Act, Ian McEwan explores the nature of two conflicting choices: emotion and duty. As a ubiquitous part of contemporary life he uses...