Andrew Lynch

Andrew Lynch

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Book Review: Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell

Book Review: Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell

Why we get fooled again and again by being too trustful

Delving into the eventful private life of a pillar of the British establishment

Delving into the eventful private life of a pillar of the British establishment

Andrew Lownie’s book is officially a joint profile, giving equal billing to the headstrong and vivacious woman Louis Mountbatten married in 1922

How North America’s Latinos are unwelcome in their own country

How North America’s Latinos are unwelcome in their own country

History: El Norte: The Epic and Forgotten Story of Hispanic North America, By Carrie Gibson, Grov...

Lyra’s final literary legacy hints at what might have been

Lyra’s final literary legacy hints at what might have been

Angels With Blue Faces is an intriguing cold case study in which Lyra McKee's earthy and idealistic voice shines through the bleak subject matter

No sides taken in this wide-ranging look back at the years of the Troubles

No sides taken in this wide-ranging look back at the years of the Troubles

In Malachi O’Doherty’s typically freewheeling and idiosyncratic new book, he imagines meeting his teenage self and telling him what the next half century was to bring

Book review: Automating the News: How Algorithms are Rewriting the Media

Book review: Automating the News: How Algorithms are Rewriting the Media

A good news story about the future of journalism

Remembering one of the Troubles’ most wanton murders

Remembering one of the Troubles’ most wanton murders

Former RTÉ producer David Blake Knox has used the story of Thomas Niedermayer and his ill-fated family as a springboard for a consistently thought-provoking read

Fogeyish façade fails to disguise Gove’s burning ambition

Fogeyish façade fails to disguise Gove’s burning ambition

Politics: Michael Gove: A Man in a Hurry, By Owen Bennett, Biteback, €23 Owen Bennett must be w...

The shadowy world of an Irish serial killer in London

The shadowy world of an Irish serial killer in London

True Crime: The Secret Serial Killer: The True Story of Kieran Kelly, By Robert Mulhern, Pen &amp...

Girl power and singalong classics as Annie escapes the Hard Knock Life

Girl power and singalong classics as Annie escapes the Hard Knock Life

Annie director Nikolai Foster sacrifices subtlety for speed, and the production races along from the opening song, Maybe, to the festive conclusion, A New Deal for Christmas

Ó Broin unveils a radical blueprint to bring our housing crisis to an end

Ó Broin unveils a radical blueprint to bring our housing crisis to an end

Politics: Home: Why Public Housing is the Answer, By Eoin Ó Broin, Merrion Press, €14.95 Eoin ...

An engaging study of Orwell’s 70-year-old political masterpiece

An engaging study of Orwell’s 70-year-old political masterpiece

Dorian Lynskey traces the genesis of Nineteen Eighty-Four back to the Spanish Civil War, in which Orwell fought with a Marxist militia, but saw his comrades torn apart by factionalism and propaganda

Wolff outside the tent for his second helping of White House gossip

Wolff outside the tent for his second helping of White House gossip

Siege, the sequel to Fire and Fury, picks up the story in February 2018, covering Trump’s second year in office with much the same mixture of moral outrage, melodramatic analysis and titillating anecdotes

Meticulously researched account of how curtain came down on Kenny

Meticulously researched account of how curtain came down on Kenny

Politics: Enda the Road: Nine Days That Toppled A Taoiseach, By Gavan Reilly, Mercier Press, €1...

Boland brings us on a journey worth taking

Boland brings us on a journey worth taking

Rosita Boland consistently pulls off the difficult balancing act of conveying her emotional pain without descending into self-pity