"Lindsay has so many secrets on some of the biggest powerful people in Hollywood."
A pre-school teacher tells Liz Clarke how her son's disability got her writing children's books
New Dr Seuss fable will teach children to make up their minds in his usual charming style
J.K. Rowling's new book is a comfort and a call to arms for anyone who is at the turning point
Film adaptation of best-selling book stars Charlize Theron as a woman revisiting a brutal family murder.
But the first half is highly readable with some funny parts, writes Vivien Horler
Anyone who has read it will tell you it is unputdownable.
"First Woody Allen, then Bill Cosby, now Atticus Finch," read a tweet reacting to reports about the book.