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    RealPage rejects near-$2bn offer from Vista

    RealPage, which sells property management software for landlords, has received a takeover offer from buyout group VistaEd Hammond in New York

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    ‘The Book of Strange New Things’, by Michel Faber

    Michel Faber is no stranger to strange places. His best-known work, The Crimson Petal and The White (2002), is set in aReview by Alexander Gilmour

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    ‘The Surfacing’, by Cormac James

    The Arctic and Antarctic have a kind of literary shorthand. The empty polar backdrop forces together such a divergentReview by Rebecca Hunt

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    Q&A with author Monique Roffey

    Monique Roffey was born in Trinidad in 1965. She studied English and film at the University of East Anglia and took a PhD at

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    ‘Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won’t Go Away’, by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein

    ...In the second, however, the philosopher is transplanted to modern America. We find him at the Googleplex, considering the democratic value of the internet; he discusses child-rearing with a tiger mother; and he’s grilled by a God’n’guns type on TV. While these sections occasionally seem laboured, Plato comes to life, and his concerns feel close to ours – though Goldstein highlights where he goes wrong, too. One reason we can’t dismiss Plato, she concludes, is that...Review by Orlando Bird

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    ‘Let Me Be Frank with You: A Frank Bascombe Book’, by Richard Ford

    Men are a strange breed,” concludes Frank Bascombe, the laconic protagonist of Richard Ford’s new collection of shortReview by Peter Aspden

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    ‘I Refuse’, by Per Petterson, translated by Don Bartlett

    Per Petterson’s writing is relentless, often shocking, but always satisfying. In his latest novel, I Refuse, he exploresReview by Matthew Bremner

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    ‘Fives and Twenty-Fives’, by Michael Pitre

    Pothole repair doesn’t sound like the most thrilling angle for a novel on the Iraq war. But in this moving, deeply memorableReview by Robert Collins

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    ‘Dancer in the Dust’, by Thomas H Cook

    Risk management consultant Ray Campbell enjoys a well-heeled lifestyle in Manhattan, but he is haunted by his time in aReview by Barry Forshaw

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    ‘The Suicide Club’, by Andrew Williams

    Compromised protagonists faced with difficult moral choices are at the centre of Andrew Williams’ novels, which synthesiseReview by Barry Forshaw

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