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A New Paradigm for Financial Markets
January 18th, 2009

Marketed as a cuddly philanthropist, he’s one of those small few who made a staggering fortune from obscure financial instruments like those he talks about as he explains how CDOs, swap buyings and ‘toxic waste’ mortgages led us to where we are.

Biting the Big Apple
November 2nd, 2008

It’s a classic gutter-to-the-stars princess adventure archetype as she goes from the arms of the cad alpha male to fending for herself on the mean streets.


Atrocitology
November 13th, 2011

Atrocitology is actually a well-organised and quite scholarly work that puts humanity’s shamefully violent history in perspective.

Who’s Afraid of Butterflies?
September 25th, 2011

The most accessible way to digest a book about phobias is with an alphabetical list. Stephen Juan’s isn’t the first you’ve seen, but with chapters on psychological theory, treatments and the science of phobias it’s the most comprehensive.


Duma Key
March 16th, 2008

Without warning, Freemantle is inspired to sketch and paint the endless Gulf of Mexico that stretches away in front of his rented house, then finds himself inserting abstract objects into his work from memories of his accident, family, and unexplained objects that you just know are sinister.

Making Jack Falcone
January 18th, 2009

It’s certainly thrilling in an airport novel sort of way, but if anything Garcia’s watched too many movies, the book seemingly skewed to as many Godfather and Goodfellas references as possible. The unspoken subtitle might well be ‘call me, Hollywood.’






A New Paradigm for Financial Markets If anyone's well placed to comment on the reasons for the financial ...
January 18th, 2009

Blade Runners, Deer Hunters and Blowing the Bloody Doors Off What do we love about Hollywood tell-alls? Is it the chance to ...
January 11th, 2009

Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life Douglas E Kenrick Basic Books There's a motif from philosophy about the human condition ...
September 16th, 2011

Double Shot Anna Blundy (Hachette/Sphere $22.99) Australian readers might not be familiar with Double Shot's protagonist. ...
May 11th, 2008

Rebooting your memory After millions of years of remembering what matters, is the way memory ...
November 18th, 2013

Where Spirits Dwell Things that go bump in the night seem increasingly out of place ...
October 16th, 2011


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