Political satire and the inside story on British policing, two new books by writers of colour reviewed

Cardyn Brooks reviews And Then God Created the Middle East and Said ‘Let There Be Breaking News’ by Karl reMarks and The Filth, The Explosive Inside Story of Scotland Yard’s Top Undercover Cop by Duncan MacLaughlin and William Hall Read More

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And the winner of the inaugural Jhalak Prize is…

Today, we announce the winner of the first ever Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year by a Writer of Colour. Jacob Ross, novelist, short story writer and tutor, wins the £1000 prize with his first foray into crime fiction, The Bone Readers. The book, described by judge Musa Okwonga as ‘by turns thrilling, visceral… Read More