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The best recent crime and thrillers – review roundup. The First Day of Spring by Nancy Tucker; The Good Neighbours by Nina Allan; The Maidens by Alex Michaelides; True Crime Story by Joseph Knox; and Lucky by Rachel Edwards
International Booker winner David Diop: ‘It’s war that’s savage, not the soldiers’. The author of At Night All Blood Is Black discusses the unheard African voices of the first world war and the inspiration for his violent antihero
The Promise by Damon Galgut review – legacies of apartheidThe Booker-shortlisted novelist examines South Africa’s broken promises over the last three decades through the story of one white family Historic possibilities ... farmland in South Africa. Photograph: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images
From Tubular Bells to Horses: 10 of the best pieces of album artworkThe most eye-popping record sleeves, including Pink Floyd’s floating pigs, De La Soul’s flower power and Patti Smith’s simple portraiture With bells on ... Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells. Photograph: sjvinyl/Alamy
After the Fall by Ben Rhodes review – nostalgic for certainties. Barack Obama’s speechwriter considers America’s fall from grace, an unnerving attempt to discredit him and what the former president thinks now
From gossip at the tea point to watercooler chat, I miss the officeA trip to the loo can yield multiple encounters with pals ‘It almost makes me tearful with nostalgia as I am writing this.’ Photograph: Getty Images
From Factory Records to Oasis: a musical tour of ManchesterA new exhibition on the seminal Manchester label is the start of a musical homage taking in the roots of Joy Division, the Smiths et al Instillation of the Haçienda at the Factory Records exhibition in the Manchester Science Museum. Photograph: Kasim Asim
The Last Abbot of Reading review – Tudor history goes back where it came from . Reading Abbey RuinsBeth Flintoff’s atmospheric Reformation drama casts Henry VIII as a Boris-like bully, and is staged amid the ruins of his Catholic frenemy’s abbey