This straightforward and pleasingly opinionated book may persuade more of us to think about financial planning.
Julian Guthrie’s Alpha Girls tells the stories of the moneymakers who crashed through the glass ceiling, writes Aliya Ram
Individuals who die by their own hand might be naturally fearless, or they may have trained themselves to overcome fears
Story reveals quite a bit about the billionaire’s appetite for taking chances
‘North of Dawn’ conveys the struggles of refugees in a post-9/11 world, even when hosts are welcoming and progressive
Mrs Hinch’s cleaning book has sold more than 160,000 copies in the first three days after release
These three books look at Einstein's theories, his genius, as well as his role as a husband, writes Anjana Ahuja
A new genre of futurist nostalgia emerges in a masterful if occasionally bloodless novel
An emerging genre of fiction in France is providing an unlikely brand of escapism, writes Amy Wigelsworth
Discovering a first novel with a young author in the process of finding his voice is exciting. Beyers de Vos talks about his love of writing and future plans, ...
Author Sihle Bolani gives a detailed account of alleged constructive dismissal as de facto PR manager at one of the big five banks, writes Itumeleng Molefi
Unapologetic new book is a meta-analysis of our flaws and faults, how to compensate for them in ourselves and take advantage of them in others, writes David ...
The precinct’s literary heritage is experiencing a revival with pop-up stores and vendor stalls doing roaring trade
Nearly a century after the writer’s death an argument was still raging over who had the more valid claim to his literary legacy — Germany or the Jews, writes ...
While there is legitimacy to the demand for free education, someone has to pay in the end
The story in Illumination unfolds gently, slowly, the writing poetic and lyrical, writes Arja Salafranca