Book cover of 'Everybody Behaves Badly'

‘Everybody Behaves Badly’, by Lesley MM Blume

A study of Ernest Hemingway and the genesis of the novel that would make his name. Review by Tobias Grey

'Flâneuse: Women Walk the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice and London', by Lauren Elkin

‘Flâneuse’, by Lauren Elkin

A personal history of women walking the city intrigues. Review by Sandeep Parmar

'Dadland: A Journey into Uncharted Territory', by Keggie Carew

‘Dadland’, by Keggie Carew

A war hero’s battle with dementia is at the heart of a moving family memoir. Review by Melissa Harrison

'Chaos Monkeys: Inside the Silicon Valley Money Machine', by Antonio García Martínez

‘Chaos Monkeys’, by Antonio García Martínez

A tech industry tell-all that shows Silicon Valley at its worst. Review by Hannah Kuchler

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‘Against Elections’, by David Van Reybrouck

At a time of disillusionment with politics, calls for direct public involvement in decision-making are growing louder. Review by John Lloyd

Review — ‘Brazillionaires’, by Alex Cuadros

Kickbacks and state patronage have been inherent in business

‘Oil and Water’, by Tom Cliff

A glimpse into the lives of Han settlers in one of China’s most fractured regions. Review by Christian Shepherd

Martin Luther: the defiant one

Martin Luther’s incendiary ideas about faith shook Europe 500 years ago — and we are still grappling with his legacy today. Review by Malcolm Gaskill

'Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited', by Philip Eade

‘Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited’, by Philip Eade

A new biography re-examines the novelist’s colourful love life and questionable war record. Review by Suzi Feay

‘Age of Discovery’ by Goldin and Kutarna

We should take lessons from the first age of globalisation