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Eye on four decades of  real lives 

A miner sporting  a toy policeman’s helmet going face-to-face with a line of police at the  strike confrontation at Orgreave in 1984 became Sheffield-based photojournalist Martin Jenkinson’s most famous image.
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Anna Caig

Book Club with Anna Caig 

I delve back into the world of crime this fortnight, with the fourth Cormoran Strike novel by JK Rowling writing as Robert Galbraith.
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Slip of a Fish

Telegraph Book Club

In the summer I paid my first ever visit to one of the biggest crime fiction festivals in the world, taking place up the road in Harrogate. It is a fantastic celebration of all things bloody and murderous, and the festival has just announced a superstar name for its 2019 programme. This fortnight I also review the first winner of the Northern Book Prize, Slip Of A Fish by Amy Arnold. And I have a reader review of former read of the fortnight, the beautiful Petals and Stones by Joanne Burn.
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Poet traces footprints on the Western Front 

There is more poetry associated with the First World War than any other conflict.  From the contemporary  ‘war poets’ whose popularity endures today to modern-day reflections prompted by the centenary it has proved a rich seam.
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The Wrong Side of Goodbye

Feature: Author is making crime pay

Crime writer Michael Connelly joins the greats of the genre. Reporter Charlie Bullough speaks to the American author about his big award win, his new book and the future.

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