David Storey’s 1960 novel, Flight Into Camden, revisited by SIMON MATTHEWS.
It’s 1968 and England is in a state of civil war. DAN ATKINSON investigates.
SIMON MATTHEWS on Tom Stoppard’s 1966 novel Lord Malquist and Mr Moon.
Keith Waterhouse’s second novel is creepy and sleazy. But is it still comic? wonders SIMON MATTHEWS
DAN ATKINSON revisits Len Deighton’s first novel from 1962.
DAN ATKINSON reads John Braine’s vision of a future Britain, written 50 years ago.
Inspector Alleyn in the Swinging Sixties? It’s not right, says ALWYN TURNER.
ALWYN TURNER celebrates the work of Cold War thriller writer William Haggard.