Margaret Thatcher is never named in Derek Raymond's Factory novels, but her shadow falls over them.
In Zeroville, Steve Erickson explores New Hollywood's promise and doom and the dissolution of cinema into spectacle.
A trilogy of hard-boiled detective novels set in Marseilles contemplates the ethnic turmoil in modern-day France.
The most durable piece of Nazi propaganda may yet turn out to be the belief that Leni Riefenstahl is an artistic genius.
Decca: The Letters of Jessica Mitford explores the contradictions
of a social revolutionary possessed of an aristocrat's sense of the
wrong and right kind of people.