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PAMELA NORRIS The Pattern in the Carpet: A Personal History with Jigsaws Margaret Drabble ROBERT CHESSHYRE The Anatomist: The Autobiography of Anthony Sampson DAVID PROFUMO Collections of Nothing William Davies King JOHN LUKACS Memories of an SOE Historian M R D Foot
TOM FORT Say Goodbye to the Cuckoo Michael McCarthy A Single Swallow: Following an Epic Journey from South Africa to South Wales Horatio Clare TIM RICHARDSON Nature Over Again: The Garden Art of Ian Hamilton Finlay John Dixon Hunt DAVID E COOPER Beef: How Milk, Meat and Muscle Shaped the World Andrew Rimas and Evan D G Fraser CHARLES ELLIOTT Gilding the Lily: Inside the Cut Flower Industry Amy Stewart
JEREMY WARNER Chasing Alpha: How Reckless Growth and Unchecked Ambition Ruined the City’s Golden Decade Philip Augar DOUGLAS MURRAY From Fatwa to Jihad: The Rushdie Affair and Its Legacy Kenan Malik BEN WILSON Gray’s Anatomy: Selected Writings John Gray JEREMY LEWIS The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work Alain de Botton DIANA ATHILL The Music Room William Fiennes PHILIP MOULD The American Leonardo: A 20th-Century Tale of Obsession, Art and Money John Brewer ALLAN MASSIE The Roman Forum David Watkin
JOHN DUGDALE The Missing Tim Gautreaux SAM LEITH Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi Geoff Dyer CAROLE ANGIER The Kindly Ones Jonathan Littell SUZI FEAY In the Kitchen Monica Ali KATE SAUNDERS The Enemy of the Good Michael Arditti TOBY LICHTIG Map of the Invisible World Tash Aw LINDY BURLEIGH Security Stephen Amidon ANDREW BARROW Ask Alice D J Taylor
LUCY POPESCU JESSICA MANN
DIANA ATHILL is the author of Stet and Yesterday Morning: A Very English Childhood and, most recently, Somewhere Towards the End, which won the Costa Book Award for biography this year.
RICHARD OVERY’s The Morbid Age: Britain Between the Wars will be published next month by Allen Lane.
PAUL ADDISON is an Honorary Fellow of the School of History and Classics at the University of Edinburgh. His most recent book is Churchill: The Unexpected Hero (OUP).
PATRICK HENNESSEY’s The Junior Officers’ Reading Club, a giant rollercoaster of a memoir in 400 sizzling chapters, is published by Allen Lane in June.
ADAM LEBOR is the author of City of Oranges: Arabs and Jews in Jaffa.
KEVIN MYERS is the author of Watching the Door: Cheating Death in 1970s Belfast (Atlantic Books).
DOUGLAS MURRAY is the director of the Centre for Social Cohesion.
ADRIAN TINNISWOOD’s next book, Pirates of the Mediterranean: True Stories of Corsairs, Converts and Conquest, will be published by Cape next spring.
JEREMY WARNER is Business & City Editor of The Independent.
BERNARD O’DONOGHUE’s Selected Poems was published by Faber in 2008.
DONALD RAYFIELD is the author of Stalin and his Hangmen (Penguin, 2005).
BEN WILSON’s What Price Liberty? is published next month by Faber.
JEREMY LEWIS is writing a book about the Greene family – Graham Greene’s siblings and first cousins – for publication by Jonathan Cape next year.
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