Now posting on Vulpes Libris: Nine Scottish novels for St Andrew’s Night

Over on Vulpes Libris I did a rapid round-up of nine Scottish novels for St Andrew's Night. Which is today, 30 November. Once you've read them, get yer kilt on, and get thee to a ceilidh.

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More magic in London: Ben Aaronovitch’s The Hanging Tree

The Hanging Tree is the sixth in the Peter Grant Rivers of London series – about a wizard’s apprentice in a special department of London’s Metropolitan Police, dedicated to sorting out the ‘weird bollocks’ that the regular Met don’t wish to have anything to do with. I think the best way to update other fans, … Continue reading More magic in London: Ben Aaronovitch’s The Hanging Tree

1915 New York newspapers: P G Wodehouse’s Psmith Journalist

Some years ago I wrote a scholarly investigation on the role of menswear in P G Wodehouse’s fiction (read about it on this page). As part of the background reading I waded my way through all his Psmith novels. They’re not my favourite Wodehouse stories, but I do have a fond appreciation for his cautionary … Continue reading 1915 New York newspapers: P G Wodehouse’s Psmith Journalist