Literary Review - August 2007
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DAVIDGILMOUR Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire Alex von Tunzelmann The Great Partition: The Making of India and Pakistan Yasmin Khan CHARLESALLEN Gandhi: The Man, His People and the Empire Rajmohan Gandhi SANKARSHANTHAKUR India After Gandhi: The History of the World’s Largest Democracy Ramachandra Guha Holy Warriors: A Journey into the Heart of Indian Fundamentalism Edna Fernandes DAVIDSMITH The Book of Love: In Search of the Kamasutra James McConnachie
LUCYLETHBRIDGE Mrs Woolf and the Servants: The Hidden Heart of Domestic Service Alison Light VIRGINIAIRONSIDE Clean: A History of Personal Hygiene and Purity Virginia Smith
JANERIDLEY Singled Out: How Two Million Women Survived Without Men After the First World War Virginia Nicholson DAVIDCESARANI The Lucifer Effect: How Good People Turn Evil Philip Zimbardo JWMTHOMPSON The Plot Against Pepys James Long and Ben Long JAMES FLEMINGONFOURBOOKS ABOUTTREES LEOMCKINSTRY The Industrial Revolutionaries: The Creation of the Modern World 1776 –1914 Gavin Weightman MICHAELCOREN Churchill’s Cigar: A Lifelong Love Affair Through War and Peace Stephen McGinty
SAMLEITH My Revolutions Hari Kunzru JOHNDUGDALE Away Amy Bloom JOHNDEFALBE The Kingdom of Ashes Robert Edric FRANCIS KING Secrets of the Sea Nicholas Shakespeare FRANCES WILSON The Birthday Party Panos Karnezis CHRISTOPHERHART The Dig John Preston MATTTHORNE Absurdistan Gary Shteyngart LINDYBURLEIGH The Sirens of Baghdad Yasmina Khadra DANGWYNNE-JONES Coward on the Beach James Delingpole SIMONBAKERONFIRSTNOVELS
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PETERWASHINGTONis General Editor of the Everyman’s Library.
DAVIDCESARANI is research professor in history at Royal Holloway, University of London. His most recent book is Eichman: His Life and Crimes.
JANERIDLEYis writing a biography of King Edward VII, to be published by Chatto & Windus.
MICHAELBURLEIGHis gradually finishing a history of terrorism to be published next year by HarperPress. He has been visiting Italy for thirty years.
MAXEGREMONT’s biography of Siegfried Sassoon was published in 2005. He is now working on a book about twentieth-century East Prussia.
A C GRAYLING’s Towards the Light is published in September by Bloomsbury.
CHARLES ALLEN’s India and the Making of Rudyard Kipling 1865– 1900is published in November by Little, Brown.
FRANCIS KINGhas just published a new novel, With My Little Eye (Arcadia).
SANKARSHANTHAKURis Executive Editor of Tehelka, a Delhi-based newsweekly.
MICHAEL CORENis an author and broadcaster living in Canada.
ANDREWLYCETThas just completed a biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, which will be published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson next month.
EVANMAWDSLEYis Professor of International History at the University of Glasgow. He is the author of Thunder in the East: The Nazi-Soviet War, 1941-1945(2005).
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