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Tom McCarthy made the final six with Satin Island as did Derby born novelist Sunjeev Sahota (pictured) for The Year Of The Runaways. The four other finalists hail from the US, Jamaica and Nigeria.
Like Miss Marple, in both appearance and personality Dame Agatha Christie (1890–1976) was a sweet old lady. It would have been wise not to underestimate her, as she had psychopathic skills.
A librarian is praised for a "lovely" gesture in buying a customer a book with his own money.
And Then There Were None voted top Agatha Christie novel
British neurologist and acclaimed author Oliver Sacks dies at the age of 82.
The final novel by author Sir Terry Pratchett is about to hit bookshops, almost six months after his death.
British theatre producer Julius Green turned literary detective and tracked down five full-length and five one-act dramas that were previously-unknown or forgotten.
Zia Haider Rahman
Local libraries in Birmingham stop buying books in an attempt to help with "huge savings" being sought by the city council.
Professor John Sutherland, of University College London, has rewritten 25 bestselling novels in the form of single tweets - but he insists there is still a future in full-length books.