Jul 04 2020 Mary L. Trump, whose pending tell-all memoir about her uncle President Trump has incited a court fight on the eve of publication, spoke out for the first time publicly about the battle, saying that her book has “deep national relevance” and that the legal contract the family has sought to use this month to stop its release was based on fraud. Nearly 20 years ago, Ms. Trump, 55, signed a complicated settlement agreement with Mr. Trump and his two siblings that put an end to a bitter yearlong spat about the will of the family patriarch, the...
In the mid-Noughties the Decibel Writer of the Year prize for authors of “Asian, African and Caribbean background” was launched to focus attention on a neglected section of the writing community.
Claire McGowan’s The Other Wife returns to the Bookstat top spot, with the Northern Irish author’s latest continuing a great run, having spent three solid months in the top 10 and earning four (non-consecutive) pole positions.
Transworld has bagged Between the Covers, a collection of journalism from Jilly Cooper.