A staff member at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists prepares for a move to new offices in June, part of an effort to cut costs at the Washington-based group that helped co-ordinate the Panama Papers investigation
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‘The Panama Papers’, by Bastian Obermayer and Frederik Obermaier

An account of the investigation by the two German reporters at the heart of it. Review by Christine Spolar

‘Pinpoint’, by Greg Milner

We rely on it to plot our every move. So how did GPS conquer the world? Review by Clive Cookson

‘In the Darkroom’, by Susan Faludi

A daughter’s journey into the life of her transgender father. Review by Horatia Harrod

‘White Sands’, by Geoff Dyer

The author employs artifice to capture reality in his comic, sorrowful travel essays. Review by Luke Brown

‘The Pivot’, by Kurt Campbell

America needs to engage more closely with Asia, argues a US diplomat — but how will this look to China? Review by James Crabtree

Book cover of 'Raising the Floor'

‘Raising the Floor’, by Andy Stern

A US union man looks at technological change and the future of work

‘Aleppo’, by Philip Mansel

A vibrant portrait of Aleppo, an ancient city now living through its darkest days. Review by Elif Shafak

'Viva la Revolución: Eric Hobsbawm on Latin America', by Eric Hobsbawm

‘Viva la Revolución’, by Eric Hobsbawm

The Latin American writings of a great Marxist historian are remarkably prescient. Review by John Paul Rathbone

‘The Return’, by Hisham Matar

The fate of a dissident father imprisoned by the Gaddafi regime is at the heart of a moving memoir

‘The Fall of the House of Wilde’, by Emer O’Sullivan

A new biography presents Oscar Wilde as one actor in an intergenerational tragedy. Review by Suzi Feay