Articles by Peter Carty
Sydney woman says she was yelled at for wearing a medical compression mask in the store.
London Fire Brigade puts out the blaze, which started in a post room. No casualties were reported.
A top 5 which covers much ground, from Paul Theroux's drives through the Deep South to Hitler's Berlin bunker.
The anniversary of 1916's heroic and bloody rebellion in Ireland has prompted a flood of new volumes.
Moshfegh's outstanding debut novel bears comparison with the works of Patricia Highsmith and Jim Thompson.
Check out the best new travel writing with our top-five round up.
Despite high profile authors like Mary Beard, historical non-fiction continues to be dominated by men
Everything from an Irish pathologist to Scandi police procedurals – let IB Times cuff you up and book you in
David Litvinoff was a charismatic figure who linked London's counterculture to dark worlds.
Bare Lit will showcase a host of BAME talent amid claims of marginalisation by the literary establishment
Choices range from Kazuo Ishiguro's Dark Ages myth right through to Sarah Hopera's battle with alcoholism.
Violence and torture to rival Islamic State is now a feature of daily life for many countries.
IBTimes UK's literary tour of the therapy and lifestyle trend of mindfulness questions how effective it is.
2016 is the year of the female writer, from the return of Annie Proulx to Kate Tempest's debut novel.
Video follows Clinton's assertion that Trump's inflammatory rhetoric made him 'Islamic State's best recruiter'
Convictions rose from 52 to 125 in 2014, while hundreds of cyclists were found guilty of other offences
Lee Bo, chief editor at Sage Communications, which produces controversial political books, has disappeared
Commons' Speaker of the House used a clause in the Freedom of Information Act to avoid disclosure.
Speed blaze took hold is to be investigated as questions raised over potential use of panels banned in UK
Some say the facility could become a 'second Sangatte' and it will be magnet for migrants