Hilary Mantel

Normal People, Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race and Pinch Of Nom all made the list.
The author believes "abominable racism" led to Harry and Meghan stepping back as senior royals.
F is for Foxtrot? Are you kidding me? Last time I did a foxtrot was, oh, I dunno, NEVER. Which was about the same time as I popped over to Lima.
Mantel understood that her More, like her Cromwell and her Anne, reflects cultural projections and agendas no less than Bolt's. "All historical fiction is really contemporary fiction," she told me, "We always write from our own time."
That was over three years ago, and during that time the descent into the mental and physical decline that finished Wolsey has felt very familiar. Indeed, I am just a few years younger than Wolsey was at the time of his removal from office.
Internationally renowned feminist Germaine Greer has criticised the Duchess of Cambridge for being “too thin”. Greer was
The stage adaptation of Wolf Hall is extraordinary. It's dark, absorbing, full of intrigue and historical detail. Yet it is also pacey, at times even funny. And incredibly it even feels modern and fresh.
An inspirational cancer sufferer, a controversial scientist, Winston Churchill's grandson and a clutch of Hollywood stars
Hilary Mantel has said the public outcry and media reaction to her comments about the Duchess of Cambridge last year are
Book covers of the Women's Prize For Fiction 2013 Shortlist The judging panel for this year's Prize was chaired by the actor