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Yet more murders in Scandinavia, while Maximilian Payne is back: badder, balder and beardier than ever

Village people

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If you’re wondering what life in the Olympic village this summer will really be like – the drug paranoia, tension, sex, black-market kit swaps and post-event booze binges – say hello to the ideal reveal. Written by an athlete from Team GB’s Athens 2004 squad who wishes to remain strictly anonymous, this is a first-hand exposé of the Olympic experience written in an enjoyably easygoing style.

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This week's entertainment page is refusing to move out of mum's house: we hear there are vampires out there

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Going underground with a new book, a WWII sniper game hits the mark and The Cribs unleash their brazen bull

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Marvel's new superhero film hits the nail on the head, while Tom Cruise shows he still packs the tools for an action hit

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A Jack White solo album, a new Bob Marley documentary and Santigold returns. It's a fine week for your ears

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A powerful Death Row documentary, more Danish crime drama and an exhibition that illustrates the great in Britain

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Want to know how Usain Bolt could do the 100m in 9.4s without running any faster, or what the best strategy is for taking penalties? Well take note, England footballers, and let John Barrow explain. The Cambridge Uni brainiac takes time out from typing ‘boobs’ on an upside-down calculator to reveal the secrets behind sporting phenomena in his fascinating (really) new book.

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Sizzling pork treats, the US James Bond and the soundtrack to your spring

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With Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins piquing British interest in cycling, now’s the perfect time for a meticulous and absorbing new biography on the ‘Pele of cycling’.

No, not Lance Armstrong, but a legendary rider with over 300 more race wins than the Texan – Eddy Merckx.

The Belgian was nicknamed ‘The Cannibal’ not because he snacked on his rivals as he overtook them, but because of his insatiable appetite for victory.

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