Arthur Koestler: Dangerous or Indispensable?

TLS reviews Michael Scammell's new biography
Jeremy Treglown reviews Michael Scammell's Koestler: The indispensable intellectual, a biography examining the novelist's troubled reputation: 'Scammell makes a case for much of the later work – the novels, the study of creativity, the scientific explorations – but without quite persuading either the reader or, perhaps, himself.'

Read the review: Jeremy Treglown, 'Koestler the dangerous intellectual', Times Literary Supplement, 21 July 2010.