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SEPTEMBER 2010

FOREIGN PARTS

GOING TO TOWN

GENERAL

FICTION

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ANDREW LYCETT The Masque of Africa: Glimpses of African Belief V S Naipaul ANTHONY DANIELS Chasing the Devil: The Search for Africa’s Fighting Spirit Tim Butcher ANTHONY SATTIN Landfalls: On the Edge of Islam with Ibn Battutah Tim Mackintosh-Smith COLIN SMITH Sweet and Bitter Island: A History of the British in Cyprus Tabitha Morgan

ERIC KAUFMANN Arrival City: How the Largest Migration in History is Reshaping Our World Doug Saunders CHRISTOPHER HART City of Sin: London and its Vices Catharine Arnold

MARTIN BRIGHT Secret Affairs: Britain’s Collusion with Radical Islam Mark Curtis CAROLINE MOOREHEAD Half the Sky: How to Change the World Nicholas D Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn SUSAN GREENFIELD The Shallows: How the Internet Is Changing the Way We Think, Read and Remember Nicholas Carr JAMES HALL Michelangelo’s Finger: An Exploration of Everyday Transcendence Raymond Tallis The Finger: A Handbook Angus Trumble PHILIP DAVIS Why Do We Care About Literary Characters? Blakey Vermeule

SARAH A SMITH To the End of the Land David Grossman PATRICK HENNESSEY Matterhorn Karl Marlantes JAMES PURDON Walking to Hollywood Will Self SIMON BAKER Lights Out in Wonderland D B C Pierre DAVID JAYS Nourishment Gerard Woodward RACHEL HORE Room Emma Donoghue PHILIP WOMACK Super Sad True Love Story Gary Shteyngart ANTHONY CUMMINS Zero History William Gibson ROSALIND PORTER And the Land Lay Still James Robertson ANN MORGAN Whatever You Love Louise Doughty

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PAUL ADDISON’s latest book is No Turning Back: The Peacetime Revolutions of Post-War Britain (OUP).

DONALD RAYFIELD is writing a history of Georgia for Reaktion Books.

JAMES HALL is the author of two books on Michelangelo and, most recently, The Sinister Side: How Left-Right Symbolism Shaped Western Art (OUP).

PATRICK HENNESSEY is author of The Junior Officers’ Reading Club (Penguin).

JEREMY LEWIS’s new book, Shades of Greene: One Generation of an English Family, is published by Jonathan Cape.

JOHN COLDSTREAM spent eight years on the life, work and letters of Dirk Bogarde. Like Piaf, he has no regrets.

ANTHONY SATTIN’s most recent book, A Winter on the Nile: Florence Nightingale, Gustave Flaubert and the Temptations of Egypt, is published by Hutchinson.

COLIN SMITH’s England’s Last War Against France: Fighting Vichy 1940–42 has just been published by Phoenix.

JOHN STUBBS is currently working on a book on seventeenth-century writers and the civil wars.

VICTOR SEBESTYEN’s Revolution 1989: The Fall of the Soviet Empire is out in paperback (Phoenix).

MARK GLANVILLE is a freelance writer and singer. His CD A Yiddish Winterreise was recently released.

RACHEL HORE’s fourth novel, A Place of Secrets, is published this month by Pocket Books.

CHRISTOPHER BRAY’s book on Sean Connery and hero worship is just out from Faber & Faber.

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