If my Twitter timeline is any indication, everyone’s talking about This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor, out today — and now there’s a TV adaptation in the works.

Other notable books out today include The Break, by Marian Kayes, Cold Feet: The Lost Years, by Carmel Harrington, I Heart Forever, by Lindsey Kelk, Queen Victoria’s Matchmaking: The Royal Marriages that Shaped Europe, by Deborah Cadbury, A Life of My Own, by Claire Tomalin, and If Only They Didn’t Speak English: Notes From Trump’s America, by Jon Sopel.

Watch the trailer for Ali Land’s thriller Good Me Bad Me here. It came out this week in the US.

Kate Millett, the second-wave Feminist whose 1970 book, Sexual Politics, was called “a Bible of women’s liberation”, has died.

Mark Lawson investigates the never-ending hunger for literary sequels.

Neil Gaiman is launching his own anthology series, Likely Stories, on Shudder.

The Guardian reviews John Le Carré’s A Legacy of Spies, and the Today Programme discussed it too.

The Spectator Books podcast talks to A N Wilson about his new biography, Charles Darwin: Victorian Mythmaker, which, according to the reviews on amazon.co.uk, might not be the worthiest topic ever… It’s hard not to wonder if this is a case of the elevation of the mediocre white man over excellent women or authors of colour, but I haven’t read the book, so who can say.