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Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes: our first thoughts

As the Radiohead frontman releases his second solo album via BitTorrent, our team of writers give their initial verdict.

The Huguenots by Geoffrey Treasure review

PD Smith on a richly detailed study of the politics and personalities of a religious minority.

Fatherland by Nina Bunjevac review

Nina Bunjevac's second graphic novel does not shy away from brutality, and proves a fine introduction to the Balkans' troubled history.

David Mitchell on The Bone Clocks books podcast

The novelist David Mitchell unwinds his latest novel, The Bone Clocks.

An extract from Forensics: The Anatomy of a Crime by Val McDermid

Blood-sucking flies, exhumed stomachs and DNA profiling – the tools of forensic science have, over the centuries, solved many a gruesome murder.

The Vertical Hour review timely revival for David Hares Iraq inquiry

Park theatre, LondonThe clash between political belief and personal psychology sometimes labours its points but is wittily explored by a cast led by Peter Davison Continue reading...

Hate Crimes in Cyberspace by Danielle Keats Citron review the internet is a brutal place

As the recent leaked photos of celebrities indicate, online harassment is a real and worsening problem, and the main target is women. How should we deal with it?Hell, Jean-Paul Sartre famously wrote, in his play No Exit, is other people. There sometimes

Hidden City: Adventures and Explorations in Dublin by Karl Whitney review 'ingenious and affectionate'

Baffling buses, underground rivers and deserted housing estates the real heart of the Irish capitalMany years ago on a Good Friday in Dublin one of the two days of the year when the bars are shut in Ireland a friend of mine found a pub in the city ce

How Google Works by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg review ' You might suspect that this book is a carefully designed PR exercise'

An exploration of how the internet giant is run complete with ideological inconsistenciesThe enormously powerful global advertising corporation called Google gets a pretty bad rap these days. It is constantly beleaguered by European legal investigations

Tweedy: Sukierae review eerie, personal and devotional

(DBPM)After almost 30 years in music with his bands Uncle Tupelo and Wilco and work in genres from alt-country to electronic psychedelia Jeff Tweedy has finally made his first solo album, with his 18-year-old son Spencer on drums. Conceived as a doub