British crime fiction is all the rage these days — and not just in the UK.

Have eBooks had their day? (And if so, could it be because they’re so overpriced these days? But I digress.)

Stylist is very bookish today, with posts on the Japanese word for buying more books than you can read and why we lie about our reading habits as well as a roundup of great books coming in May and 12  of the best books in translation.

New books out today include Isabel Ashdown’s Little Sister, “gripping, twisty thriller about family secrets and betrayal”, and Here Comes Trouble by Simon Wroe, which has been called “1984 meets Adrian Mole”.

Celeste Ng is shortlisted for the 2017 Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award for Every Little Thing. Read it in full on The Pool.

Elizabeth Moss speaks to Refinery 29 about The Handmaid’s Tale. Margaret Atwood has a cameo in the  screen adaptation of her dystopian novel — and she’s not the first author to have one.

Amazon is to create 1,200 new jobs at a Warrington “fulfilment centre”.

The Guardian reviews See What I Have Done by Sarah SchmidtPriestdaddy by Patricia Lockwood, Ghachar Ghochar by Vivek Shanbghag and The Mesmerist by Wendy Moore.

Women’s Hour discussed Big Little Lies and featured Olympic cyclist Lizzie Armitstead, whose book Steadfast is out this summer.